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Vatican Paper: BLUES BROTHERS MOVIE IS CATHOLIC CLASSIC

Vatican Paper: BLUES BROTHERS MOVIE IS CATHOLIC CLASSIC


It took 30 years but the vatican says the John Ackroyd-John Belushi movie "Blues Brothers" promotes moral values in an untraditional manner. (Kind of like Public Advocate's thinking when it first formed 30 years ago too.)

Politics Daily says Jake and Elwood Blues as the Catholic Church's newest saints? Not quite. But 30 years after comedians John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd -- a.k.a. "The Blues Brothers" -- let us know they were on "a mission from God," the pope's newspaper has given the John Landis cult film two thumbs up, and then some.

"This is a memorable film, and, judging by the facts, a Catholic one," the newspaper's top editor of (quote) L'Osservatore Romano's" (unquote) said,


Public Advocate agrees. In the movie, the stars saved a home for orphanages by getting together a charitable concert in 24 hours and enlisted the aide of gospel and folk music singers from all over and got to their goal with help from "God" .

http://www.politicsdaily.com/2010/06/18/vatican-newspaper-blues-brothers-is-a-catholic-classic/?sms_ss=email

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