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Tuesday, August 1, 2006

Catholic Priest Blasts ADL's Spiteful Attack on Mel Gibson

Father Tom Euteneuer, president of 'Human Life International,' responded to Abraham Foxman's (ADLs national director), statement on the Gibson arrest. Father Euteneuer's response is as follows:

Mr. Foxman claims that Mel Gibson did not give a 'proper apology.' Can this man ever be satisfied? Gibson said that he disgraced himself and his family by his behavior and apologized for his anti-Semitic remarks which, by his admission, he spoke in an altered state and does not believe to be true. And that's not enough? According to Catholic principles Mel exhibited all the elements of a proper reconciliation: contrition with a firm purpose of amendment, confession and (he is in the process of doing) penance. The greatest penance is that this all came out in the public forum: Foxman and the ADL should get off his back.