The Roman Catholic Family or the Family with Many Children were a Roman Catholic family from Monty Python's The Meaning of Life. In "The Miracle of Birth Part II: The Third World" , the Dad (Michael Palin) sadly runs toward his home while seeing a stork drop off a baby down his chimney. Inside we see the Mum (Terry Jones) receiving the baby and giving it to one of her kids. The Dad says that he can't afford to feed them and that he'll have to sell them for science experiments. He then starts to sing about their religion in the song Every Sperm is Sacred, where all the kids rush outside and join the villagers dancing and singing, until the end where the children are sent off to be experimented on. Then the Blackitts (Graham Chapman and Eric Idle) talk about their children and the reason they have so many. In "Part VII: Death" we see all the children in heaven.