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Labryinthine Ways

In one of the southern states of Mexico, during an anti-clerical purge, the last priest is on the run. The priest is impelled toward his Calvary as much by his own compassion for humanity as by his pursuers.

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  • "In one of the southern states of Mexico, during an anti-clerical purge, the last priest is on the run. The priest is impelled toward his Calvary as much by his own compassion for humanity as by his pursuers."@en
  • "One of Mexico's states is undergoing a religious purge. Every Catholic priest is being arrested. This is the story of a Mexican priest, profoundly religious, but with a weakness for whiskey, who is alternatately on the run from the authorities through the jungles, villages and plantations and yet risks his own life to help the poor."@en
  • "A priest flees from the authorities who are trying to eradicate the Catholic church in a Mexican state, encountering various people in need of redemption."@en
  • "First published 1940 Reprint of 1959 ed."
  • "In a poor, remote section of southern Mexico, the Red Shirts have taken control, God has been outlawed, and the priests have been systematically hunted down and killed. Now, the last priest strives to overcome physical and moral cowardice in order to find redemption."
  • "In a poor, remote section of southern Mexico, the Red Shirts have taken control. God has been outlawed, and the priests have been systematically hunted down and killed. Now, the last priest strives to overcome physical and moral cowardice in order to find redemption."@en
  • "Set in Mexico during the era of anticlerical violence by revolutionaries, the story depicts the martyrdom of the last Roman Catholic priest, who is being hunted by a police lieutenant. The "whisky priest" is a degraded alcoholic who has broken most of his vows but who nevertheless insists upon performing his duties until the very end, when he is finally captured and executed."
  • "Tijdens de geloofsvervolgingen in Mexico in de jaren twintig laat een opge- jaagde en aan drank verslaafde priester zijn kansen op ontsnapping lopen om in nood verkerende mensen te helpen."
  • "Olney Theatre, Players Incorporated presents "The Power and the Glory," by Dennis Cannon and Pierre Bost, from the Graham Greene novel, directed by Leo Brady, settings and lighting by James D. Waring, costumes by Joseph Lewis."@en
  • ""Under the law of the Red Shirts in a state located in southern Mexico, all priests of the Catholic church are automatically killed for treason. this novel is the saga of the hunt of the capture of the last practicing priest in that state, who although too weak to resist whiskey, is strong enough to bring the solace of the church to the Mexican peasants.""@en
  • "This story of bravery, cowardice, and moral decay is set in Mexico during the Calles regime of the 1930s, when the practice of Christianity was violently suppressed. It portrays the heroic and doomed efforts of a priest to minister secretly to the Catholics of the region."@en
  • "Tijdens de geloofsvervolgingen in Mexico in de jaren twintig laat een opgejaagde en aan de drank geraakte priester zijn kansen op ontsnapping lopen om in nood verkerende mensen te helpen."
  • "A suspenseful story about a hunted, driven desperate priest in Mexico."@en
  • ""Set in Mexico, this novel 'describes the desperate last wanderings of a whisky priest as outlaw in his own state, who, despite a sense of his own worthlessness (he drinks, and has fathered a bastard daughter), is determined to continue to function as priest until captured....Like many of Greene's works, it combines a conspicuous Christian theme and symbolism with the elements of a thriller.'""
  • "The story of one man, an alcoholic "whiskey priest," on the run through the jungles, villages, and plantations of Mexico in the 1930s."@en
  • "The story of an alcoholic priest, on the run from the police who fights the religious purge in a southern Mexican state in 1938. He dies a martyr's death."@en
  • "In 1938 Mexico, an ambitious police officer vows to track down a hiding priest and have him shot. To implement his plan, he has been given the power to take innocent hostages and shoot them periodically until someone turns in the priest."@en
  • "A Catholic priest in southern Mexico is on the run during an anti-clerical purge."@en
  • "The last priest in a poor section of North Mexico where the Red Shirts have outlawed God finds himself a hero despite himself."

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