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The new movie "The Passion of the Christ" started raising interest and controversy months before it even came out. Now that the film has been released, Diane talks with clergy members from different religious denominations about their reactions to the movie and what they are hearing about it from their congregations.
- Rabbi Ethan Seidel Tifereth Israel Congregation, Washington, DC
- Rev. David Baird Senior pastor, Washington Christian Life Centre in Manassas, Va.
- Father William Finch Pastor, St. Raphael Parish in Rockville, Md.
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