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Person of The Week (McNulty) #111277

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 11, 1987
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Father Frank McNulty, chosen by peers to deliver speech to Pope John Paul II on differences between the Pope and American priests, profiled; scenes shown. [McNULTY - cites unity of spirit if not organization in church; regrets image of Catholic Church in US; asks pontiff to consider celibacy versus marriage for priests, the potential role of women in the church.] [POPE John Paul - refers to song "It's a Long Way to Tipperary."] [McNULTY - praises Pope John Paul.] McNulty's personal background reviewed; photos shown. [McNULTY - praises priesthood; comments on experience of meeting Pope.] [McNULTY - conts. speech to Pope John Paul.]

Jennings, Peter

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