This is one of those stories that people will be talking about because it’s such a hoot.
On the 30th anniversary of the release of The Blues Brothers, that one-of-a-kind classic about Belushi and Aykroyd’s band, the Vatican newspaper has declared the film a “Catholic classic” that should be seen by Catholics everywhere.
But the plot, as it was, had to do with the Brothers wanting to save the Catholic orphanage where they grew up from foreclosure. They reunite their band so they can make enough money to pay off the orphanage’s debts.
Yes, that’s a Catholic classic.
So The Blues Brothers joins the ranks of other Catholic classics like The Ten Commandments, It’s a Wonderful Life and The Passion of the Christ.
Here’s the key line in question:
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