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British TV network to air documentary on Pope Benedict by gay activist

Catholic World News - June 08, 2010

As Britain prepares for the September visit by Pope Benedict XVI, the Channel 4 television network has announced plans to air a documentary on the Pope. The program will be guided by Peter Tatchell, one of the country's most outspoken gay-rights activists.

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  • Posted by: Chestertonian - Jun. 08, 2010 10:47 PM ET USA

    Documentary? Oh yeah, right, sure. About as much a documentary as the DaVinci Code, I'll wager. Oh wait; that was fiction, wasn't it?

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