The email is sometimes a wonderful mean of communication. I have verified it today. This early morning I've received a message from Steve McEveety, the co-producer of Mel Gibson's The Passion. Besides other topics, he just send to me a forward email from Peggy Noonan with her piece on The Passion, to be published today in The Wall Street Journal Editorial Page.
Here are the first four paragraphs of the text:
Mel Gibson's "The Passion" gets a thumbs-up from the pope.
Here's some happy news this Christmas season, an unexpected gift for those who have seen and admired Mel Gibson's controversial movie, "The Passion," and wish to support it. The film has a new admirer, and he is a person of some influence. He is in fact the head of the Holy Roman Catholic and Apostolic Church.
Pope John Paul II saw the movie the weekend before last, in the Vatican, apparently in his private rooms, on a television, with a DVD, and accompanied by his closest friend, Msgr. Stanislaw Dziwisz. Afterwards and with an eloquent economy John Paul shared with Msgr. Dziwisz his verdict. Dziwisz, the following Monday, shared John Paul's five-word response with the co-producer of The Passion, Steve McEveety.
This is what the pope said: "It is as it was."
So, the email is sometimes a terrific mean of communication.
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