Who knew being a Priest could get you into this much trouble?
When life-long Atheist and social-anxiety sufferer Jack Ryan O'Hanlan witnesses a mob hit in a Manhattan diner and is forced to enter WITSEC and become a Priest, he's certain his life can't get any worse.
Oh, isn't life a kick in the crotch.
Assigned to a Chapel in a small-town prison where locked-doors give him cramps and panic attacks, things get progressively worse. And funnier.
His claustrophobia is so severe he makes his congregants sit inside the confessional. His Bishop, who thinks he would've made a better Saviour than "that deadbeat, Christ," has made it his life's mission to make Jack miserable and find out what Jack's been hiding. And to make matters worse, Jack falls for his smoking-hot boss, a devout Catholic trapped in a loveless and arranged marriage who has asked Jack to officiate her ceremony.
Jack does a decent job at staving off his feelings, but when a prison-break and illness put Julie's job in jeopardy and Jack must man up to save it, he's faced with a decision: Share his feelings and lose her respect, or risk it all to find happiness for the first time in his life.