Are your friends talking about The Da Vinci Code, and
you want to give some good advice but don’t know
where to start? Here is a simple resource that might
Our Faith In Action is making its April lesson
about The Da Vinci Code available on-line for free. The
lesson briefly addresses some of the fallacies of the novel
and the movie and offers a few answers to the
questions raised: www.ourfaithinaction.com/sample_issue.htm. It is a great help to
prepare a class or a parish discussion evening with young
people on this subject.
It also encourages readers to check out
some of the other reliable resources available, such as the
special website www.Jesusdecoded.com set up by the United States
Conference of Catholic Bishops and the website www.DavinciAntidote.com. The
lesson also lists a few books that can be helpful
for a more in-depth study.
Our Faith in Action is a
current events program for teens. It is compromised of monthly
lessons that help teens understand and live out the Catholic
faith and Christian virtues. It is directed by a Legionary priest and is published by Circle Media.