LIMA, Peru -- To its
critics in the church, the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru is not
deserving of its name. It has spurned the pontiff, they say. It is far
from Roman Catholic orthodoxy, they argue. In their minds, the school
ought to be called something else entirely.
advertising,'' said Fernan Altuve, a conservative legal expert who
supports a recent order by the Vatican that the school change its name
by eliminating references to the pope and the church. ''It's as if I
sell you a bottle that says Coca-Cola but what's inside is Pepsi.''
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