David Morse
TV Guest Appearances
Diary of a City Priest
Abraham and Mary Lincoln: A House Divided
Murder Live!
Action Man
Tecumseh: The Last Warrior
The Langoliers
Big Wave Dave's
Miracle on Interstate 880
Dead Ahead: The Exxon Valdez Disaster
Cry in the Wild: The Taking of Peggy Ann
Two-Fisted Tales
Cross of Fire
Brotherhood of the Rose
Winnie
Place at the Table
KnowZone
Downpayment on Murder
Six Against the Rock
When Dreams Come True
Shattered Vows
Prototype
St. Elsewhere
Our Family Business
Title

Year

2001

Character

Father McNamee

Summary

At the urging of his friends, Father McNamee (David Morse) begins a diary of daily life at St. Malachy's parish in an attempt to gain insight and meaning into 25 years spent in the priesthood. His life unfolds as a never-ending stream of requests for help-poor visitors come looking for handouts, talented children come looking for a way out of poverty, and young men in trouble with the law seek his assistance.

Being eternally available to help his parishioners saps his personal resources to the point where bitterness takes over and spiritual deterioration sets in. The saints descend from heaven to visit his anguished soul, but they provide no answers or comfort, only a way to take on the complicated and frustrating nature of human existence with compassion and grace.

Director

Eugene Martin

Writers

Eugene Martin

Cast

John Ryan (III)

Father Dave Hagan

Phillip Goodwin

St. Francis of Assisi

Ana Reeder

St. Therese

Robert Sella

St. Malachy

Judy Bauerlein

Sister Mary

Marylouise Burke

Sister Grace

Sean Oliver

Young Father McNamee

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