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Priest Hopes Life with 'Da Vinci' Gets Easier

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The Da Vinci Code is expected to be a blockbuster hit this summer. Sony Pictures is hoping that the millions of people who bought Dan Brown's book will also buy movie tickets. Father James Martin is hoping that after fans see the movie, they won't come looking for him.

The priest says he's tired of having everyone he meets ask him about the Priory of Sion and Opus Dei. Martin, a Jesuit priest, is the author of My Life with the Saints.

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