Father William Faix is a Roman Catholic priest of the Order of St Augustin, and is the parish priest at St Thomas's church on Josefska street in Prague's Old Town. Father Faix, a native New Yorker, moved to Poland in the 1970s and experienced both life under the Communists and the dramatic changes which occurred at the end of the 1980s. He has been living and working in Prague since 1995. Father William Faix joins Ian Willoughby for this week's One on One.
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