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| 19th April 2006 | Modified: 16th October 2014 | Christianity, News Releases | Seen 41 times | Liked 0 times

19 April
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19th April 2006
Professor of English Literature debunks "Da Vinci Code" myths.  

In a talk to be given this evening ( Wednesday 19 April) at the University of Glasgow, Professor Patrick Reilly will expose a series of flaws in the bestselling "Da Vinci Code" book and in its underlying premise.  

The talk is entitled "Cracking the Da Vinci Code" and will take place at 7pm at the University of Glasgow's Catholic Chaplaincy, Turnbull Hall, 15 Southpark Terrace, Glasgow.  

You are invited to send a reporter/photographer/camera crew.  

ENDS  

Peter Kearney  
Director  
Catholic Media Office  
5 St. Vincent Place  
Glasgow  
G1 2DH  
0141 221 1168  
pk@scmo.org  
www.scmo.org  


Professor Emeritus Patrick Reilly, was the first Catholic Professor of English Literature at Glasgow University since the Reformation, he is a former columnist for "The Herald", and commentator on religious and public affairs.  

Turnbull Hall, 15 Southpark Terrace, Glasgow, tel:0141 330 5567  

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