The Catholic Archbishop of Adelaide, Australia has parted ways with several
other Catholic clerics and has refused to support a boycott of The Da Vinci
Code. In an interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corp., Archbishop
Philip Wilson said today (Tuesday), "I think people should go and see the
movie. I'm sure that many people have read the novel. ... If they take it at
that level, remembering it is a novel, it is a story." At the same time, he
remarked, "The church has a responsibility to help people to see the truth or
not of what's being proposed" in the movie. Meanwhile, opposition to the film
continues to mount. In Mumbai (Bombay), India, a man has put up a cash reward
for the murder of Dan Brown, author of the book on which the movie is based.
But John Dayal, general secretary of the All India Christian Council said that
his group opposes "any curbs on freedom of speech and of faith" and especially
opposes "lunatic statements calling for the blood of authors."
The Irish folk brothers have plenty of stories to tell.
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On 'Tallulah', Grant Nicholas and Taka Hirose seem to have that burning connection again.
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With an eclectic mix of established acts, up and coming talent and resurgent household names, Neverworld once again offered up some superb musical...
Listen to their new song 'Alchemy'.