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Ondessonk: Priest of the Red Man
Respected and revered by many, hated and despised by others, Isaac Jogues, a "Blackrobe" from France, soon earned the name Ondessonk from the Huron Indians. And this is Ondessonk's story.
His birth in Orleans; his studies and spiritual growth; his travels to the New World; his ever-dangerous and challenging life with the Hurons; his quick mind, keen eye, and athleticism; his self-sacrificing heroism; his true charity for the eternal welfare of immortal souls; his sufferings and his martyrdom: They are all here!
One year in the making, 40 cast members and nearly two dozen extras; this two-CD epic will edify and entertain all who hear it.
2 CD Set 105min
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