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Charles Kuralt's story about a New York bred Episcopalian priest who came to serve three small conservative rural parishes in North Carolina and changed moribund prayer communities into proud blossoming congregations by radical moves including the painting of a fresco of the last supper by artist Ben Long, and by various townspeople who served as models for the apostles.

Author: Fulton HodgeCharles KuraltBen LongCharles ErnharnBill FrancisAll authors
Publisher: [1984]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook : Sound recording   Computer File : English
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A profile of New York City born Episcopalian priest Fulton Hodge, who changed three struggling community churches into proud, blossoming congregations through enlisting people like artist Ben Long to improve the buildings and bringing community members in to model for a fresco of the last supper. On the show "Sunday Morning."
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Genre/Form: Television news programs
Nonfiction television programs
Additional Physical Format: Open-reel tape version:
Hodge, Fulton.
Charles Kuralt's story about a New York bred Episcopalian priest who came to serve three small conservative rural parishes in North Carolina and changed moribund prayer communities into proud blossoming congregations by radical moves including the painting of a fresco of the last supper by artist Ben Long, and by various townspeople who served as models for the apostles.
[1984]
(OCoLC)11610019
Named Person: Fulton Hodge
Material Type: Audio book, etc., Sound recording
Document Type: Sound Recording, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Fulton Hodge; Charles Kuralt; Ben Long; Charles Ernharn; Bill Francis; Bernard Goss; Doug Schwartz; CBS Television Network.
OCLC Number: 931753021
Event notes: Originally broadcast on Sunday Morning, CBS TV, July 22, 1984.
Description: 1 electronic audio file (8 min., 17 sec.) : digital, WAV file
Other Titles: Sunday morning (Television program)

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A profile of New York City born Episcopalian priest Fulton Hodge, who changed three struggling community churches into proud, blossoming congregations through enlisting people like artist Ben Long to improve the buildings and bringing community members in to model for a fresco of the last supper. On the show "Sunday Morning."

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