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Mel Gibson launches scathing attack on the Vatican
MEL GIBSON, a Roman Catholic who is to play Christ in a new film, has attacked the Vatican, saying that he does not believe in the Church as an institution.
The actor, who says that he is an â€śold fashioned Catholicâ€ť who rigorously supports the Latin Mass, is shooting Passion in Rome and in the southern Italian town of Matera. He says that he is happy that his only daughter has decided to become a nun.
Gibson, 46, had a Catholic upbringing and attended a Catholic boysâ€™ school in Australia. He is scathing about the Churchâ€™s hierarchy, saying that the Vatican was â€śa wolf in sheepâ€™s clothingâ€ť.
â€śI believe in God,â€ť he told the newspaper Il Giornale.
Experts say this was his first mistake as Greek was the language spoken in Jerusalem during Jesus's time, along with Aramaic and some Hebrew spoken by Jews. ***I WILL ADD THIS NOTE: Anyone making a movie for any reasons almost always has more to tell than they choose to reveal. M Night is one example as a director. Remember none of us truly saw Jesus or what people looked like nor did ANY of us witness what really happened, so making a movie, no matter how correct or incorrect it is, even this movie is no true tool for spiritual truth coming from the HOLY SPIRIT OF JESUS Himself. Any "religious" movie out there will never get anything right and they never have either. Jesus is NOT a movie and most went because they like to see violence and actually seeing a man die on the cross is great to them, especially satanists who see this movie as a triumph for them because it is blasphemous and frightening and horrifying. The so-called research comes up with nothing more than mystical concordance and reference. By the way, true Christianity is HUMILITY, and I hardly ever see that anymore. A person is better off not attending church with what I and many others have dealt with in the past.