“The Vatican has been forced to withdraw commemorative medals commissioned to celebrate Pope Francis’ first year after misspelling Jesus.”
“The coins, created by the Italian State Mint, had the Pope’s official motto printed around the side, but referred to Jesus as Lesus.”
They had one job.
The best kind of mean.
Thanks Eoin O’Cathasaigh
The final instalment of Pope Benedict’s trilogy on the life of Jesus: it’s finally here.
Take that, George Lucas/Christopher Nolan/EL James, etc.
The film, which is produced by Cork based production company, Epic Productions, is shooting a climatic scene in The Quays Bar in Galway, on Monday, 29th October and has issued a call for extras.
Given the recent furore over the portrayal of Muhammad on film, one would imagine that filmmakers would steer clear of such controversial topics.
“Well, we’re lucky that Christians have a much better sense of humor about this kind of thing…” says film director, Chris Cullen. ‘Besides, our film is very respectful to the story of Jesus, our intention is not to cause offense, but to encourage people to question; suppose Jesus was born in contemporary Ireland? And suppose he was a musician? Then this is his story!”