Respectable (Liberal) Professional Catholics’ Attempt to Sack Film Backfires

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Robert Sungenis and Rick Delano are being dragged through the mud for their work in producing the film, “The Principle.” Karl Keating and many others seem intent on destroying the project and personally attacking the producers. The negative hype seems to have generated interest in the film, as well as finding it a distributor. (Who said, “I don’t care what the newspapers say about me as long as they spell my name right”?)

Why not judge the film on its merits? Why not use the sciences — including the queen of all the sciences, theology — to debunk the film? Why not dialogue with the film’s producers and fans? Why not act respectable?

Here is the full “Miked Up” episode with Michael Voris interviewing the two producers:

This program is from ChurchMilitant.TV

ChurchMilitant.TV’s teaser: “The Principle has become ‘the most reviewed movie never to be seen by its reviewers’ in the history of films. The sad part is, every review been filled with lies, accusations and insinuations. The producers of ‘The Principle’, Rick DeLano and Bob Sungenis, will be defending themselves against these lies.”

 
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