Whatever the dubious delights of the Northern Ireland weather, it’s probably safe to say only one local clergyman is dependant on a snowmobile to minister to his congregation.
The Rev Darren McCartney - who left the lush countryside of Co Armagh to become Anglican Bishop of the Diocese of the Arctic - now looks after the spiritual needs of a flock of Inuit people in the 1.5 million square miles of freezing desolation.
A new one-hour documentary has been made about his remarkable transition from the Church of Ireland parish of Knocknamuckley near Portadown to the Canadian northland.
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