Misplaced concern.

So the Vatican wants Catholics to boycott "The Da Vinci Code". I don’t understand the fuss. After all, the story is not presented as historical fact; it is a fictional story.

It’s not as if it is a film about priests molesting altar boys, which sadly would be based on historical fact. And the Vatican didn’t seem all that concerned in that case. I grew up Catholic and I will be going to see "The Da Vinci Code".

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