Brian Quigley is scheming again when he gets the opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a major investment. To make it work he needs to buy some of Eamon's land, which he wants to get on the cheap. Padraig O'Kelly gets a job with Quigley's newspaper and gets the story of a lifetime when parishioners discover that one of statues in the church is sweating. His friends at the pub don't take kindly to the fact that he's now working for Quigley. It's immediately hailed as a miracle but Father Clifford knows there has to be a hoaxer at work and just hopes it isn't Padraig. Liam and Donal also benefit when their new venture, a chip stand, benefits from all the extra church-goers showing up. Assumpta's poor choice of words goes to the very heart of Peter's beliefs. Niamh is about a week away from giving birth and Ambrose's mother comes for a visit which leads to an unhealthy rise in her blood pressure.- Written by garykmcd
Just a few days away from giving birth, Niamh seems to be handling the situation far better than Ambrose is. And at the church a sweating statue has everyone, except for Father Clifford, believing in miracles.- Written by Nadia Nassar
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