of our family, to the manager of a local cinema against the showing of family planning advertisements during the programme. After further correspondenim with the advertising agency. he has agreed not to show any further films of this description.
So far, so good. What appals me is that this cinema is situated in a Catholic parish of 5,000 souls in which all aspects of the apostolate are actively encouraged, and yet ours was the only complaint.
The manager of the advertising agency cites the Archbishop of Canterbury in his own defence and says further that although these films are being shown widely, he has had "very. very few complaints."
The Family Planning Association is very healthy here in Birmingham with what appears to be strong University backing. yet a good many Catholics have never even heard of it.
All this leads me to believe that the Bishop of Menevia. in your recent report of his remarks about Catholic influence, was only too
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