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People: John A. V. Burke, Fr
Locations: Vatican City


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Papal commission

The Holy See has nominated Fr. John A. V. Burke, hon. secretary of the Catholic Film Institute, to serve on the film section of the Pontifical CoMmission for the Cinema, Radio and Television, and Canon M. McNarney-one of the most popular Catholic broadcasters -to serve on the radio section.

Last week is was announced that Fr. Agnetlus Andrew, O.F.M., was to serve on the television section.

The Commission has its headquarters in Vatican City and is the organ of the Holy See for the study of the problems of films. radio and television as they relate to faith and morals.

Its functions are to follow the doctrinal and practical trends of film production and of radio and television transmission. to direct the activity of Catholics in these related domains, and to further the execution of directives issued by the supreme ecclesiastical authority.

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