A common objection protest organizers face states that the clergy unanimously oppose theater protests against The Da Vinci Code. Some assert that all priests, bishops and cardinals believe that any public action will simply give the film more publicity. They … Continue reading
As if starring in one of the highest profile blasphemies of history was not enough, The Da Vinci Code star Tom Hanks has added insult to injury with a blasphemous skit on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” on May 6. During … Continue reading
Catholics in Rochester did not want to wait until the May 19 opening to protest The DaVinci Code movie. The local theater was already advertising the film and so they decided to lead the way by becoming the first of … Continue reading
I was recently browsing Dan Brown’s web site to gather information in preparation for the one thousand theater protests against The Da Vinci Code movie, planned by the American TFP. Since I hope to organize several protests, I felt obliged … Continue reading
Vatican Prelate Urges Organized Da Vinci Code Protests On April 28, Archbishop Angelo Amato, Secretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith, criticized The Da Vinci Code book and film, and urged Catholics to organize protests worldwide, while speaking … Continue reading
Dr. Jose Maria Alcasid, President of the Philippine Crusade for the Defense of Christian Civilization, has launched an effort to protest the upcoming Da Vinci Code film in the Philippines. The effort consists in sending a letter to each of … Continue reading
“Don’t protest, you’re just giving them free publicity!” That is the advice that the anti-blasphemy protester must often endure when organizing protests in front of theaters. The conventional wisdom is that controversy generates interest. And interest will in turn only … Continue reading
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