As the Spiritual Director of the Allentown Comitium, Monsignor Charles T.
Moss flew with four other legionaries to Dublin on August 9, 1979 to
videotape one interview with Frank Duff, Founder of the
Legion of Mary. During their 3 week stay, they not only recorded on video
tape eight interviews of
Mr. Duff but also fourteen of his talks.
Moreover, they were able to interview nineteen other legionaries for the TV camera.
The production of these videos
later proved to be a real treasure because a year later Frank at age 91 died
in his sleep in the afternoon
of November 7, 1980. Monsignor traveled to Dublin to cover the funeral of
which a videotape was prepared.
Archbishop Desmond Connell has accepted
to introduce the
the Beatification of Frank Duff, founder of the Legion of Mary.
Then in the late 90's 2 Irish priests approached Monsignor for the tapes
which they heard he was keeping. But the quality of the tapes was gone bad
and it was decided to copy & edit them first, then to put them on DVD.
After more than 1,000 hours of work it paid of in the end. The finished
product was sent to Ireland.