Bless Me Father: Season 3, Episode 4

Fire & Brimstone (26 Jul. 1981)

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St. Jude goes through Hell week, so to speak. Father D's sermon on the fires of eternal damnation has everyone abuzz about it, from Father Boyd's private instructions to Mrs. Rollings to ... See full summary »

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Gabrielle Daye ...
Mrs. Pring
Pamela Ruddock ...
Mrs. Rollings
Caroline Goodman ...
Mrs. Hughes
Mark Burdis ...
Child in Church
Natalie Collins ...
Child in Church
Joseph Daniels ...
Child in Church
Sam Davies ...
Child in Church
David Doyle ...
Child in Church
Anna Hayes ...
Child in Church
Mark Luxford ...
Child in Church
Lee Macdonald ...
Child in Church
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Child in Church / Johnny
Dicon Murray ...
Child in Church
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St. Jude goes through Hell week, so to speak. Father D's sermon on the fires of eternal damnation has everyone abuzz about it, from Father Boyd's private instructions to Mrs. Rollings to his newly appointed lessons for ten-year-olds, to the family of an angry patriarch as he nears death, and to an interfaith conference between the Fathers and the Anglicans, with Mother Stephen and Billy Buzzle attending. Written by statmanjeff

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Guest actor Gerard Cross died before broadcast. See more »

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Mr Pinkerton: Father Duddleswell, do you honestly believe that God will be so cruel as to punish forever an evil deed that's over and done with in a minute?
Father Charles Clement Duddleswell: And do you expect to be rewarded forever for a good deed that's over and done with in a minute?
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