'Jesus Decoded' Web site launched to counter 'Da Vinci Code' claims
WASHINGTON – A new Web site sponsored by the U.S. bishops' Catholic Communication Campaign has been established to provide accurate information about the life of Jesus, the origins of Christianity and Catholic teaching to counter claims made in the best-selling novel The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown.
‘JESUS DECODED’ DVD COVER – The new documentary "Jesus Decoded," produced by the Catholic Communication Campaign, documents the authentic teaching about Jesus Christ and is being released around the same time as the "The Da Vinci Code" movie. (CNS photo/courtesy CCC)
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