Taking as his theme. "Family Viewing and Listening", Fr. Agnellus made these pungent comments: • "Day after day. you find accounts in the press of remarks made by people who fear that the Committee's recommendations may be hostile to their interests and they are trying to ridicule the Committee and discredit in advance its ideas and suggestions."
• "There are far too many pressures operating in this field and we must he careful that the initiative does not pass entirely into the hands of the pressure groups?'
• "I am not saying that people who have some interest in this field have no right to express their opinion, or no right to try and divert pone)) in their direction. But what I do say is that there must be a balance, and that it is a badly-organised democracy which lets the initiative and power pos.5 entirely into the hands of pressure groups."