Religion: Video Debut

Du Mont Television put the question to Roman Catholic Bishop Fulton J. Sheen two months ago. How would the bishop like to have a television program? Bishop Sheen said he would like it fine. Details were ironed out (e.g., the bishop preferred to broadcast from a church, but Du Mont convinced him that a studio-set library would be better) and last week the new series, Life Is Worth Living (Tuesdays 8 p.m., E.S.T.), was aired over Manhattan, Chicago and Washington stations. Half an hour later, at program's end, Du Mont was swamped with 250 congratulatory calls; in a week, the program...

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