February 2, 2004
vol 15, no. 33

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      In anticipation of one of the greatest films impact-wise to ever open, we are counting down to Opening Day on Ash Wednesday when in theaters everywhere people will be moved by the Traditional inspiration of Mel Gibson who many see as a Hollywood movie star, but True Catholics see him as an evangelist in the purist sense. A true Apostle for the Truths and Traditions of the Church Christ founded. Mel has set on celluloid what has always been set in stone: the everlasting reminder of why Christ died for each and every one of us. We have that reminder daily in the Latin Mass when the alter Christus - the priest offers Him up as a propitiatory sacrifice in an unbloody manner to the Father for us. Prayerfully this movie will move the hearts and souls of millions to return to the Truths and Traditions of Christ's True Church. For advance tickets, see The Passion Tickets

    Posted: Feb 2

    Is it not evident the ADL is desperate to denigrate Gibson and his film? They are truly desperate, so much so they can't afford a ticket? Foxman is indeed a fox, exhibiting the wiles of a vermin much smaller. Desperate men do desperate things and any credibility Abe Foxman might have had before his whole fiasco of getting personal against Mel, has now totally collapsed as the grass roots groundswell grows with just over three weeks to go before The Passion of The Christ is shown in over 3000 theaters nationwide. MC

    ADL Snuck into Private Viewing of The Passion

    From on Jan 22, 2004

    After screening Mel Gibson's film "The Passion of The Christ," the Anti-Defamation League issued a scathing press release Thursday stating that the film will foster anti-Semitism.

    But sources close to Gibson's production company told NewsMax's James Hirsen that the ADL, which was hostile to the film before anyone had even viewed it, has never been invited to screen it.

    How, then, was the ADL able to see the movie?

    In their press release, ADL National Director Abrahama Foxman and another ADL official said they saw the film while attending a "religious gathering" in Orlando, Fla., called the Beyond All Limits Conference.

    As it turned out, Hirsen informs us, the religious conference is organized by the Global Pastors Network.

    Sources at Icon Productions were surprised to learn that the uninvited ADL officials had registered for the Christian conference under the name "The Church of Truth."

    Soon after seeing the film, the ADL issued a strongly worded statement that calls Gibson's picture a "painful portrayal" and a "commercial crusade to the church community."

    Despite the hoopla, a number of Christian leaders who have seen the film found it remarkably consistent with Gospel accounts of Jesus' last hours and in no way condemnatory of Jewish people.

    America's most influential minister, the Rev. Billy Graham, gave a glowing review of the movie.

    "I have often wondered what it must have been like to be a bystander during those last hours before Jesus' death," Graham said.

    "After watching 'The Passion of The Christ,' I feel as if I have actually been there.

    "I was moved to tears. I doubt if there has ever been a more graphic and moving presentation of Jesus' death and resurrection which Christians believe are the most important events in human history.

    "The film is faithful to the Bible's teaching that we are all responsible for Jesus' death, because we have all sinned. It is our sins that caused His death, not any particular group."

    "No one who views this film's compelling imagery will ever be the same," Graham said

   See the movie trailer for Mel Gibson's phenomenal movie The Passion of The Christ. We also urge you to please support his releasing this powerful movie in the way he needs to, by being faithful to the literal words of the Gospel of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Please sign the PETITION which will help this noble cause and encourage your friends and neighbors to sign as well. Help Mel fulfill Our Lord's command in Mark 16: 15-16. Traditional Catholics and committed Christians can make the difference!


    February 2, 2004
    vol 15, no. 33