Cunon Mitchell, in the el:Ira:int issue of the Leeds Cathedral Magazine, in an article headed "'the ' Catholic Herald ' Travelling Cinema," writes:
" SVe Lithe; the public entente needs improving. Everybody, with lee possible exception of the few who are malting big money out of it, is agreed about that. The Pope, the Itishops, and priests or the Church, all decent .folk--Catholie and others are -14:11-ittli1)111,1ttliefitabcit:: iilnit emit.a would be different it' public taste iii films \vele different. But N'ho is resporailde fri. the objectienahIe picture: Have you Dot allowed thein by u.eiteptmg these lents withent question or eroteste -The first objeet of the Ciitholir Herald Ciaeinia is to make-ago eeople lo appreciate good, clean, and iustrutlivO ti ms, and thus to create good taste. The Pope has said that it is for the prest, to effect Pia object; and teat a why tee Catito!.i, Tirrod has cones forward to give ti Iea "With this view the aoshoes nerve is going to give an lacelee s eldertainment in St. Anne's parochial hell. . . There will be no charge for admittance. but a eollectiou will be roarl,-, at the end of the show. The tv t Lour,' ;,rogrernme will 174, found In be varied, interesting, amusing. and instructive. . . ."