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Everyman

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Is the Pope a Catholic?
As many Anglicans consider following the Duchess of Kent and John Gummer over to Rome,
Everyman explores the state of Catholicism in Britain today.
How much does the Pope really have to do with the beliefs and practices of ordinary Catholics? Is there such a thing as a "Catholic identity"? And what is the church's relationship with other denominations?
Vin and Dorothy Jones from Birkenhead are "model
Catholics": they have eight children and entertain their priest to Sunday lunch. Father Edward Black objects to the Second Vatican Council and regards the Pope as a heretic, while aristocrat Leanda de Lisle believes she is in a liberal church.
These and other Catholics attest to a broad church embracing everything from dogma to radicalism. Director Roger Childs
Editor John Blake

Contributors

Unknown: John Gummer
Unknown: Dorothy Jones
Unknown: Edward Black
Unknown: Leanda de Lisle
Director: Roger Childs
Editor: John Blake






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