The God Vote: National Portrait Gallery's director on 'sacrilege'
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The God Vote: National Portrait Gallery's director on 'sacrilege'

Martin Sullivan talks with On Faith's Sally Quinn about being "caught by surprise" by the uproar over an exhibit which showed a ten-second clip of ants crawling over a crucifix. Editor's note: Video may contain graphic images. (Video By Georgetown University)

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