This just in: Ain't It Cool News guru Harry Knowles is not more important than the Pope. On Monday, I told you that Mel Gibson screened his controversial flick The Passion of the Christ at Knowles's fifth annual Butt-Numb-A-Thon Film Festival over the weekend — a perceived slight against John Paul since the Oscar winner had just cancelled a Vatican screening of the film. Well, Gibson also screened the pic for the Vatican over the weekend, so he didn't play favorites after all. And according to reports, Passion received "unanimous appreciation and approval" from the congregation.