The escapades of a group of clergymen.
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Series cast summary:
Joel Higgins ...  Monsignor Joseph 'Mac' MacKenzie 7 episodes, 1989
Ron Carey ...  Father Vincent Paglia 7 episodes, 1989
Stephen Furst ...  Father Gabriel 'Gabe' Podmaninski 7 episodes, 1989
Frank Hamilton ...  Father Edgar Tuttle 7 episodes, 1989
Francesca P. Roberts ...  Sally Coleman 7 episodes, 1989
Todd Susman ...  Arthur Glass 5 episodes, 1989
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The escapades of a group of clergymen.

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English

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18 April 1989 (USA) See more »

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(7 episodes)

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J.C. MacKenzie starred as Father Nicky Doran in the show's original pilot. Although MacKenzie appears in various cast photos and is sometimes credited as a star, his character was written out of the show before it aired. See more »

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You didn't have to be a Catholic to love it...but it helped.
11 April 1999 | by Fred-172See all my reviews

Have Faith was a funny (although short lived) tv series about a group of inner city priests and the difficulties they deal with in serving the needs of their parishioners. One exceptional cast member was Stephen Furst as Gabe, the young priest who had difficulty with taking confessions. This led to a hilarious episode in which Gabe found out that an arsonist was doing maintenance in the church through a confession. Gabe was then forced to deal with whether or not to place the church at risk by give away the confidence or to go against his oath to keep confessions private. While this would be funny to anyone, for a Catholic the episode was hilarious. Have Faith shows up sometimes on Odyssey. Check it out! It's great!


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