Georgetown hides the name of Jesus during Obama speech
April 16, 2009
Officials at Georgetown University covered over a sign that displayed the name of Jesus, at the request of the White House, when President Obama spoke on the Catholic campus on April 14, CNSNews reports. A sign reading "IHS"-- a Greek reference to Jesus-- was covered "so as not to be seen out of context," a Georgetown spokesman told CNSNews.
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