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Call Me Michael

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Ref. No.: 123

Country: England, Ireland
Year: 15.12.1978
Dur: 26.30

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A film portrait of Fr. Michael Hollings, author and broadcaster. His parish was populated predominantly by Indians and West Indians. However the largest percentage of his parishoners were Irish. His “open door” policy was an attempt to meet the multiracial demands of his flock.

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