Father O'Connell tries to start a choir. He has trouble getting anyone to even show an interest but slowly, several of the townsfolk sign up. Mairead Reilly, a teenager who doesn't go to church, has a lovely voice but her mother Maureen holds a grudge against Father McAnally and it's highly unlikely she'll let her join anything that's affiliated with church. Orla decides to make use of Brian Quigley's house while he's away but soon has Donal and Liam hanging around. As for Sean, it's the second anniversary of his wife's death and his daughter Emma urges him to get on with his life. Written by
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Have you done any choral singing, Brendan? I hear you have a great voice.
I have. But an even greater thirst.
And how about you, Sean?
I can't sing a note.
A parish populated by crows.
Perennial search for a choir.