Christine Hammond, a war orphan brought up in the convent, has fallen in love with Isaac Rosen, the elder son of the local rabbi. When the priest and the rabbi meet, they immediately agree that the marriage is impossible.
Father Duddleswell desperately resorts to pig-napping when Billy Buzzy's pig sty gets too much for him to handle.
Father Duddleswell was curate to a legendary eccentric. Now, 40 years late, the old man has come to stay just when Father Duddleswell is incapacitated.
Neil learns a lesson in understanding when a devout family deals with its dying atheistic grandfather.
Chaste honeymooners and an abandoned husband are some of the problems Neil encounters in a marriage counseling group.
Neil and Duddleswell must learn the finer points of housecleaning when their housekeeper, Mrs. Pring, becomes ill.
Molly Downes, wife of P.C. Johnny Downes fears her husband is fooling around and seeks advice, but it's Father Neil's visits to Molly that set tongues wagging against the curate's clandestine behavior.
After a hectic morning, a forgetful Rev. Duddleswell goes to a movie, stranding one couple at the altar.
As Christmas nears, Father Duddleswell enters into his annual period of being on his best and most charitable behavior. It's a grand opportunity for others like Father Neil and Mrs. Pring to test the limits of his temporarily sweet disposition.
The Rev. Duddleswell decides to make funeral arrangements for a deceased seaman whose religion was unknown.
The Rev. Duddleswell wonders about Neil's vow of celibacy when a nurse helps him recover from an appendectomy.
Father Neil receives embarrassing attentions from Miss Davenport, which he must tolerate because she is a generous benefactor of the Parish.
Father Duddleswell gives Neil a job at the hospital after a witch doctor casts a spell on a hospital patient.
When a woman that can't conceive asks for some water from the holy shrine at Lourdes, she ends up being pregnant; Father has confidence in the power of holy water.
The church gets a new P.A. system and soundproof confessional; Father Duddleswell forgets to shut off his new cordless microphone while in the otherwise soundproofed new confessional.
The Rev. Duddleswell represents the Catholic Church in a tennis match against a Church of England player.
The Rev. Duddleswell damages a portrait of the founder of a local convent, uncovering a concealed French masterpiece.
Father Duddleswell responds when a spiritual intervention is called for when a chair in the pub gets a creepy reputation.
Father Charles Duddleswell refuses to make incumbent weather plans for the upcoming annual church bazaar.
The Rev. Duddleswell tries to install a new church bell to thwart the activities of a bookie's pigeons.
A newly ordained priest learns he must prove himself before becoming the older parish priest's curate.