This video tells the story of Bishop Patrick J. Byrne, M.M., the first Maryknoll priest. Bishop Byrne was assigned to Japan as a young priest. When World War II ended, he helped General Douglas McArthur calm the people during the American occupation. In 1947 he was appointed by Rome as Apostolic visitor to Korea, and in 1949 the first Akpostolic Delegate to Korea. On July 2, 1950 Bishop Byrne was seized by the Communists and put on trial. Refusing to give in, he was forced to march to the Yalu river along with remnants of the US Army 24th Infantry Division. He died on November 25, 1950 and was buried in an unmarked grave in Hanjang-ni, North Korea.