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Tuesday, March 2, 2004 - Page updated at 12:00 a.m.
 
THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST


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Some of the pieces in the "The Passion of the Christ" line of jewelry are displayed at Bob Siemon Designs' plant in Santa Ana, Calif.
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A 'Passion' for profits, products
The unending controversy surrounding Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" isn't hurting the film's popularity or Gibson's pocketbook.
 
A 'Passion' for profits, products
The unending controversy surrounding Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" isn't hurting the film's popularity or Gibson's pocketbook. [March 2, 2004]
 
Strong ticket sales for 'Passion' at local theaters
Strong advance sales for "The Passion of the Christ" did not deter faithful moviegoers from showing up at local theaters on opening day in hopes of getting a ticket. [Feb. 27, 2004]


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Review: Gibson made 'Passion' for a very specific audience
Some movies are journeys into unknown territory; others are mirrors that reflect back to us what we want to see. Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" most definitely belongs in the latter category. [Feb. 25, 2004]


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'Passion': The gospel according to Mel Gibson

The debate about whether "The Passion of the Christ" is an accurate account of the last 12 hours of Jesus' life has given rise to questions about the Gospels themselves. [Feb. 24, 2004]


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Actor passionate about portraying Jesus
With "The Passion of the Christ," Mel Gibson set out to make a visceral movie, one that shocks audiences into feeling what Jesus Christ suffered in his last 12 hours on Earth. Jim Caviezel, who plays Christ, did his part. [Feb. 22, 2004]


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'The Passion' stirs debate in religious community
More than 450 people packed Seattle's Town Hall to discuss "The Passion of Christ" questioning how the film may affect relations between Christians and Jews. [Feb. 10, 2004]
 
Gibson's 'Passion' taps powerful marketing partner — churches
In religious circles, few other movies have inspired the level of buzz and controversy of "The Passion of the Christ," which depicts the last 12 hours of Jesus' life in purportedly graphic detail.  [Feb. 08, 2004]
 
Anti-Defamation League plays into Gibson's hands
When Mel Gibson's film about the death of Jesus, "The Passion of the Christ," opens this month, critics contend that it may spur anti-Jewish bigotry.  [Feb. 06, 2004]
 
Gibson's 'Passion' is for action, not history
Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" came into my life last April. Gene Fisher, the ecumenical officer for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, convened a group of scholars to assess Gibson's script.  [Feb. 06, 2004]
 
Gibson film called 'disturbing setback' to Christian-Jewish relations
After months of concern that an upcoming movie on the death of Jesus would revive anti-Semitism, two prominent Jewish groups have given two strong thumbs-down to Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ."  [Jan. 24, 2004]
 
Papal aide says Mel Gibson film didn't get a plug from the pope
After months of concern that an upcoming movie on the death of Jesus would revive anti-Semitism, two prominent Jewish groups have given two strong thumbs-down to Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ."  [Jan. 21, 2004]

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