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Lady Gaga “Judas” video hasn’t completely offended Catholic League

HollywoodNews.com: Although the Catholic League’s President Bill Donohue had previously spoken out about Lady Gaga’s “Judas” music video and claimed that it was going to be offensive, apparently it isn’t that bad.

After seeing the video, he has now commented that the video doesn’t cross the line of offensiveness, states HollywoodLife. It sounds like the music video might actually have made the Catholic League see Gaga in a different light.

“The faux-baptismal scene is a curious inclusion, as is her apparent fondness for the Jesus character,” Donohue commented.

The group reportedly does not seem to find this music video as anti-Catholic which was pretty much their initial reaction to the description of the video.

Do you think it’s good the group spoke out on changing their mind?

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One Comment

  • May 5, 2011 | Permalink |

    In fairness, priests raping children doesn’t really seem to offend the Catholic League, so I’m not sure anyone wants to play in that league.

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