Are Catholics winning the war against secular, anti-Christian "morality"? As long as Catholic schools put on shows and plays which are actually anti-Christian, I would say not. In my diocesan newspaper there is a report of a well-known Catholic college putting on the musical, "Grease", which glamorises teen pre-marital sex and projects an anti-Christian view of young women. "Grease" is often seen as harmless fun. It is very far from that. The messages (not just about sex) embedded in this musical about adolescent self-indulgence and exhibitionism are not just "good fun". At the (unseen) heart of this musical is the unspoken acceptance of contraception. Forget that it is set in the 1950s; it is a modern musical in that it would never have been allowed on the U.S. stage in the 50's - at least not outside New York. I expect this post will cause someone to say something like, "get a life", but, in my view, it is precisely this lazy moral lassitude that has got us where we are with so many young Catholics living together, on the pill, using condoms, giving birth out of wedlock etc, etc. Isn't it time the Church put its house in order in this area?