Mark Cassidy, a hard-working priest in need of a vacation, sees visions of a car that bursts into flame with a child inside.

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Fr. Mark Cassidy
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Monsignor Perot
Seirge LeBlanc ...
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Mark Cassidy, a hard-working priest in need of a vacation, sees visions of a car that bursts into flame with a child inside.

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8 October 1988 (UK)  »

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Father Mark Cassidy was born in 1946. See more »

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As the funeral of the priest is concluding, the voiceover says, clearly, "'Blessed are the pure in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of Heaven', a message delivered from thousands of pulpits to millions of people . . .". Well, not quite. The King James Version of the Bible (Matthew 5:3) quotes Jesus as saying, "Blessed are the poor in spirit . . ." See more »

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So God Decided to Kill Him Off
1 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A workaholic priest has taken it upon himself to drive himself near destruction to get the work of the church done. This obsessiveness began after he was in a car accident where a young woman he cared about was killed. As he gets more and more tired, he begins to hallucinate, seeing the car he was driving burst into flames with people inside. Eventually he asks God to make things right. The ending is awful and it is an insult to the usual perception of God. It just didn't work for me.


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