Never heard of it? That's all right. It is a humble film of a humble man.
It has been an old friend since I watched it on TV on the late, late show.
As a young child it helped shape how I perceived what a true man of faith really was.
I guess it is no surprise that, like the priest played by Gregory Peck in his 2nd performance,
I have no problem with my best friend being an atheist.
A good summation of it is here:
It is on DVD. Give a try. :-)
Healing Holidays, Roland