Opie’s Angels And Demons: Nonsense And Pure Imagination

Opie Pimping The Catholic Church

Opie & The Catholic Church

The key to handling “nonsense” and products of “pure imagination,” such as the Gnostic “Gospel of Judas” translated and released in English by the National Geographic Society in 2006, is to rebut them with the truths of faith, the Catholic leader told La Stampa.

And that’s precisely what the U.S.-based Catholic League has been working to do ahead of the May 15 release of “Angels & Demons.”

Earlier this month, the Catholic League, the nations largest Catholic civil rights organization, launched an educational campaign to inform the public about the agenda behind “Angels & Demons.”

To help moviegoers distinguish fact from fiction, the Catholic League released a booklet that details the “myths, lies and smears that are made against the Catholic Church” and “provides evidence of the anti-Catholic animus harbored by those associated with the film.”

“By the time we are finished with Angels & Demons, there should be few who wont know what the Brown-Howard agenda entails,” said Catholic League President Bill Donohue, referring to author Dan Brown and director Ron Howard.

Marketing for “Angels & Demons” is expected to pick up as Christians worldwide prepare to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The movie, like “The Da Vinci Code,” comes out around one month after Easter.

via Ban on Da Vinci Code Sequel Could Boomerang, Says Archbishop| Christianpost.com.



Christmas Three Wise Men

Old Testament Prophecies of Jesus Christ that were fulfilled in the New Testament


G.K. Chesterton

Step softly, under snow or rain,
To find the place where men can pray;
The way is all so very plain
That we may lose the way.

Oh, we have learnt to peer and pore
On tortured puzzles from our youth,
We know all the labyrinthine lore,
We are the three wise men of yore,
And we know all things but truth.


In Wyatt’s later years, he lived in Los Angeles and was a technical advisor on several silent cowboy films. He befriended a young actor named Marion Morrison (who later changed his name to John Wayne) and regaled the young thespian with tales of the Old West.

Enthralled, the young Duke used to fetch Wyatt cups of coffee. Wayne later claimed his portrayals of cowboys and Western lawmen were based on these conversations with Wyatt Earp.

MSNBC Hired Psychologist Stanton Peele On Tea Partiers: Analysis Of Tea Partiers Correlates With Vampire Movie ‘Blade Trinity’. Hilarious!

First Watch MSNBC‘s Psychologist Interview!

MSNBC host Martin Bashir interviewed Stanton Peele, a psychologist and an “expert on addiction.” Bashir urged Peele to psychologically evaluate supporters of the Tea Party.