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The Mission: Worlds Apart (2009)

Episode 3
Only available in Canada, United States

On the isolated northwest coast, Father Felix has been spending many hours alone in his room until he find a young mate who introduces him to the world of Tasmanian wood chopping, BBQs and ferret racing. Down south, Father Christopher is meeting with the 3 remaining members of Tasmania’s once well known religious society, the Legion of Mary. Further questions arise for the priests as they discover that the Aussie celebrations for the birth of Christ mean the mayhem of the “festive season.” For Father Christopher, Christmas Eve is also crunch time with Father Brian. And even Father Kene’s unshakeable faith seems to be rocked by the sudden numbers of “once-a-year Catholics.”

Varcha Sidwell


The Beginnings Video
Episode 1 The Beginnings
The Beginnings (2009)
Episode 1
, 26 minutes
Fathers Christopher, Felix and Kene arrive in Tasmania on its coldest winter’s day. The three priests have never left Nigeria before, and now they are far, far from home.
Only available in Canada, United States
Reaching Out Video
Episode 2 Reaching Out
Reaching Out (2009)
Episode 2
, 26 minutes
The 3 Nigerian priests are all struggling with the demands of Australian life, homesickness and confronting the reality of a Church in decline. And not everyone is getting along, so life isn’t getting any easier.
Only available in Canada, United States
Worlds Apart Video
Episode 3 Worlds Apart
Worlds Apart (2009)
Episode 3
, 26 minutes
Six months into the mission and the 3 Nigerian missionaries are finding themselves part of a Tasmanian Catholic community looking for solutions to churches closing down, congregations dying out and no priestly vocations.
Only available in Canada, United States
Out There Video
Episode 4 Out There
Out There (2009)
Episode 4
, 26 minutes
As their first year draws to a close the 3 Nigerian fathers continue their roller coaster ride of faith, dedication and culture shock. For the Tasmanian priests working with them it is difficult to accept what they offer, but ...
Only available in Canada, United States

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