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Catholics / Bishops Meeting #480

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 11, 1968
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(Studio) National Conf. of Roman Catholic Bps. consider pastoral letter that would allow Catholics to use birth control if doesn't interfere with conscience.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) French bps. suggest use of birth control may not be guilty act if practiced in good conscience to save marriage. [Archbishop Alexander ZALESKI - says unfair to reveal what's in draft.] 300 priests met in hotel to uphold right of conscientious dissent to support priests penalized for exercising it. National Committee of Catholic Concerns supports them. [James COLAIANNI - speaks of crisis of authority problem in Catholic Church.] 300 priests march to bps.' conference
REPORTER: Irv Chapman

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Chapman, Irv;
Reynolds, Frank

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