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Answers questions about "The Da Vinci Code" and the novel's relation to Catholicism, pointing out misrepresentations of church history and doctrine and revealing many positive aspects of the Catholic tradition.
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Nancy de Flon, who holds a PhD in church history from Union Theological Seminary in New York City, is an editor at Paulist Press. She has also written Newman's Brother and Friend (Gracewing (UK).
John Vidmar, OP, holds an STD from the Angelicum in Rome. He is the Provincial Archivist and adjunct professor of theology at Providence College in Providence, RI.Review:
The authors of this restrained, careful, and intelligent critique separate the story from the errors of its history. -- Rev. Andrew Greeley
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