Daily Archives: June 18, 2016

A Revelatory Re-Evaluation

The other morning, while finishing the night-shift, I was showing my colleagues around the patients on the intensive care unit. We came up to bed 5. “How are you this morning Sir, are you feeling better today?” I cheerily enquired … Continue reading

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The blow from the Rosary was a blow of grace

In 17th-century England, Catholics suffered many bloody persecutions. In a document from the National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh, we read how Father John Ogilvie was tried in Glasgow, Scotland, on October 15, 1614. In the minutes of the trial … Continue reading


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