France Insider/Paul Ben-Itzak

December 24, 2008

France 1, Pope 0

Filed under: Uncategorized — franceblogger @ 8:46 am
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So the Pope, who in an extreme example of Christian charity recently implicitly gave a green light to gay bashers by once again declaring homosexuality outside the norm, is apparently perturbed because for the first time in 40 years, TFI, the leading private French television chain, will not be broadcasting the midnight mass, opting instead for a 2005 concert by Michel Sardou. “This is not a positive sign for France,” says the Vatican, as reported France Culture radio this morning, deriding the choice as ‘superficial.’ For a country that celebrates separation of church and state but doesn’t always walk the talk, I find this decision a cause to sing Hallelujah.

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