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Cathedral of the North Shore (2013)

In 1872, the most undesired Parish in the Archdiocese of Chicago is sent new pastor Fr. William Netstraeter who spends decades reforming and building the whole area at large, only to have his legacy forgotten.

Directors:

Michael Jolls, Clint Cottrell (co-director)

Writers:

Nancy Canafax (Based off the Articles by), Mark Dunn (Based off the Articles by) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Francis Kane Francis Kane ... Narrator (as Bishop Francis Kane)
John Pollard John Pollard ... Himself (as Monsingor John Pollard)
Natalia Samoylova ... Herself
Silvio Wolf Busch ... Franz Joseph Hoffmann
Richard Simon Richard Simon ... Himself (as Fr. Richard Simon)
Dennis McNamara Dennis McNamara ... Himself (as Dr. Dennis McNamara)
Jerome Listecki Jerome Listecki ... Himself (as Bishop Jerome Listecki)
Rob Schultz Rob Schultz ... Himself (as Fr. Rob Schultz)
Weiler Watson Weiler Watson ... Himself
Nancy Canafax Nancy Canafax ... Herself
Michael Jolls ... Himself
Alex Kazhinsky Alex Kazhinsky ... Friedrich Neumann
Kyle Dal Santo ... German Settler
Suzy Brack ... Elsbeth Hoffmann
Laura Clark Laura Clark ... Herself
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Storyline

In 1872, the most undesired Parish in the Archdiocese of Chicago is sent new pastor Fr. William Netstraeter who spends decades reforming and building the whole area at large, only to have his legacy forgotten.

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The historic story like you've never seen before

Genres:

Documentary

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English | German

Release Date:

2 March 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Wilmette, Illinois, USA See more »

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Budget:

$3,900 (estimated)
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Color
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Trivia

The mother and baby in the opening is played by Katie Dorn and her actual daughter Sophia Michelle Watson. See more »

Quotes

Monsingor John Pollard: When you think of some of the major developments in the history of Wilmette, you have to think the establishment of New Trier High School, the establishment of St. Joseph's Parish, the organization of the village government are milestones, and he's responsible for all of them.
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