Description: Peter Hogan, a mall developer, sold out his architectural career and copped out on the true love of his life for a shot at some real money. When he runs himself to death, he gets a second chance, thanks to Judge Othniel and is sent back to earth as a priest on a mission! The small business community respects architect Peter Hogan, a strip mall developer. His personal life, however, is in shambles. He married the boss' daughter, Susan Hewitt, after he got her pregnant. Peter slept with Susan in part as a self serving measure to further his career. The resulting marriage did lead to Peter becoming President of Hewitt Development. Their resulting two offspring, now adults, ended up being spoiled and generally disrespectful people. At the time of Peter and Susan's wedding, Peter was really in love with Isabel Sanchez, an architecture student from El Salvador who was being persecuted in her homeland for peaceful protests against the government. After Peter's wedding, Isabel was deported back to El Salvador and never heard of again. Judge Othniel sends Peter back to 1974 as Father Daniel Morrissey, the priest at Peter's church where Isabel worked. Father Morrissey is also Peter and Susan's marriage adviser. As Father Morrissey, Peter wants to convince his younger self to follow his true architectural followings, a following that is supported more by Isabel's mentality than Susan's money hungry ways. But as Father Morrissey, he also learns some information that Peter suspected but probably didn't really want to know. It isn't until a grown Peter admits what his younger self wanted that he can accomplish his current mission.