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Dealing with Da Vinci

Sales of The Da Vinci Code have now topped seven million. So it's a safe bet that Dan Brown's Catholic readership is well into seven figures.

Anecdotal evidence from around the Catholic scene confirms the hunch that a lot of Catholics have read the book - and more than a few have been disturbed by its conspiracy theories. But why?

The Pope's biographer, George Weigel, argues in this week's Opinion that Catholics have learned to mistrust the Bible. But, he says, the The Da Vinci Code "problem" could prove an evangelical possibility - the ethics and public policy center

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