Page 7, 24th March 1950

24th March 1950
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Page 7, 24th March 1950 — Catholic club gives 21--hour film show Some 200 people. the
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Catholic club gives 21--hour film show Some 200 people. the

majority non-Catholics, attended the Catholic Social Film Club's second performance of religious films in the Albert Hall, Llandrindod Wells. on Sunday

ight.

Fr. E. Harting introduced the films -Simon the Fisherman. The Unfaithful Servareand the famous film of the Passion, From the Manger to the Cross, filmed in the Holy Land in 1912.

The performance, lasting two hours and a half, was well received by the townsfolk.

The club intends to show outstanding religious films periodically to present te non-Catholics the message of Christ and His Church.




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