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Un pasteur controversé soutenant McCain s’excuse auprès des catholiques

WASHINGTON (AFP) – Le télévangéliste texan John Hagee, soutien encombrant du candidat républicain John McCain, s’est excusé des propos injurieux qu’il a tenu à l’encontre de la communauté catholique, dans une lettre rendue publique mardi par un responsable de cette communauté.

Dans une lettre adressée lundi à Bill Donahue, président de la Ligue catholique, le télévangéliste chrétien s’excuse notamment d’avoir qualifié l’Eglise catholique de « grande p… ».

« Je regrette profondément tous les commentaires qui ont pu blesser les catholiques », écrit John Hagee dans cette lettre de trois pages. Le télévangéliste affirme avoir discuté « avec des amis et responsables catholiques » et avoir désormais « une meilleure connaissance » de l’histoire de cette Eglise. Fervent supporteur d’Israël, le pasteur Hagee avait accusé l’Eglise catholique d’antisémitisme. « J’ai pu contribuer à donner l’impression erronée que la violence antijuive des croisades et de l’inquisition définissait l’Eglise catholique. Cela n’est certainement pas vrai », écrit M. Hagee.

« Le ton de la lettre de M. Hagee est sincère », a estimé M. Donahue.

Mais M. Hagee ne s’est pas contenté d’insulter les catholiques. En 2006, il avait estimé que le cyclone Katrina, qui avait causé la mort d’environ 1.500 personnes dans le sud de la Louisiane, était une punition divine car La Nouvelle-Orléans avait accueilli une marche homosexuelle.

M. McCain a condamné les propos de M. Hagee concernant les catholiques et Katrina mais n’a pas renié son soutien.

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