The prattle over Priest

May 1995
Advocate;5/2/95, Issue 680, p11
Reports on the attack by the American Life League and the Catholic League against the film `Priest' by Walt Disney Co. Allegations of pornography and insults against the Church through the depiction of noncelibate priests; Remark from Life League president Judie Brown; Call for the withdrawal of the distribution of the film in theaters and video.


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