Lincoln’s Super Bowl loss may be Ford Div.’s gain. Ford Motor Co.’s domestic luxury division decided this week to cancel a 30-second commercial during the Feb. 6 TV broadcast of the Super Bowl, over concerns it might offend viewers sensitive about recent sex-related scandals in the Catholic church. The ad was slated to run during the game’s second half. (See related story: Lincoln Truck Launch Off to Bad Start) Ford will show 30-second Mustang ad. The ad shows a minister lusting ...

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