Religion: Catholic Broadcasting

Every month the Pope advises the 36,000,000 (6,000,000 in the U. S.) Roman Catholics who belong to the Apostleship of Prayer what they should pray for. The prayer for July: "Protection against dangerous broadcasting." Rev. James M. Gillis, editor of The Catholic World, explained last week: "We must send out over the air polite, mannerly explanations of Catholic doctrine, hoping thus to offset the attacks of the enemy. . . . The anti-Christians, who rushed pell-mell into radio and made it a devil's instrument will presently get tired of it, after wearing down...

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