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Easter Service #257071

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 26, 1978
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(Studio) Concern over Pope Paul's health in recent weeks noted; his appearance for Easter mass in Vatican City reported.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Rome, Italy) Details given with regard to Pope's Easter message to crowd gathered in Saint Peter's Sq. Theme of his annual blessing to Catholics stated. [Pope PAUL - wishes all a happy Easter.]
REPORTER: Shari Gilbert

(Studio) Conventional and unusu. Easter services across United States noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Miami, Florida) Report on sunrise service attended by singer and anti-gay rights activist Anita Bryant and by former Nixon aide and Watergate figure Chas. Colson. [COLSON - speaks of own experiences; mentions criticism of Bryant for stand against homosexuality.]
REPORTER: Ike Seamans (WTVJ, Miami)

(Studio) Report on spec. Easter services in Brittany for those whose lives have been disrupted by worst oil spill in history.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Brittany, France) Easter service at church in Brest described; pastor here is Reverend James Percy, from New Jersey. Percy family's trip to Brittany beach to try to rescue injured birds detailed. [PERCY - says it's much worse than it appears on TV.] [Delia PERCY - feels sad for nature and for people seeing effects of oil.] [Julie PERCY - says black isn't pretty and it's sad.] Wreck of Amoco Cadiz is cause of oil slick.
REPORTER: Susan Peterson

Dean, Morton;
Gilbert, Shari;
Peterson, Susan;
Seamans, Ike

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