In the mid 500s AD, Irish monks came to Gaul to help restore Christianity in the aftermath of barbarian invasions which had laid waste the Church. Fingal's master at the Abbey in Ireland, Brother Columban had been chosen to go and Fingal secretly follows him. He endures years of hardship as he travels all over Gaul searching for his beloved Columbanus. And yet as he travels and tells others of the wondrous Columbanus and his teaching of God, many are converted and come to serve God with Columbanus. Finally, Fingal realizes how he himself must serve God, and recognizes how God has used his hardship and questing to bring many into His sheepfold. One of Polland's finest stories, weaving adventure and poignancy into a tale of a quest for God's will.