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Community Ed Offering Da Vinci Code Historical Seminar

I came across this can't miss article in today's National Review Online. It tells the story of the Eden Prairie, MN school district offering a seminar on the "historical" dimensions of the Da Vinci Code, such as the true existence of the Priory of Sion, and how Opus Dei is really in America and owns an office tower in Manhattan. You know, real historical stuff.

The most fascinating part of the story is the local diocesan paper's poo-poohing the issue of the public school system financing anti-Catholic propaganda. This story has all sorts of great twists and turns.

Perhaps more rewardingly, I have discovered the blog of the author, Minneapolis mom Susan Vigilante who blogs under the name "Desperate Irish housewife" and has written some great stuff on the recent "Rock for Roe" charade this week. Check out her blog!

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