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Sunday, December 23, 2007

Mike Huckabee Renounces John Hagee's Anti-Catholic Rhetoric

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THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT: This just in from MSNBC. Huckabee renounces John Hagee's anti-Catholic rhetoric...
(MSNBC) - Huckabee will deliver the sermon at Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, TX this morning where Pastor John Hagee has gotten some heat for being critical of the Catholic Church and its failure to condemn the actions of Adolf Hitler during WWII. On Friday Huckabee distanced himself from Hagey's comments but said it would not affect his visit on Sunday.

"I'm going to let Pastor Hagee speak to that because, you know, I can't speak for him anymore than he could speak for me. I'm sure that there're things I'll say that he disagrees with," Huckabee told reporters on his press bus.

"I would certainly never characterize the Catholic Church as being pro-Nazi, never. I don't know when he said those things or when he wrote them I have no idea…there's things I said 20 years ago I wouldn't say today. If that's still his position, I wouldn't agree."

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