Gloria.tv And Coronavirus: Huge Amount Of Traffic, Standstill in Donations
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Emotional Cardinal Angelo Comastri today, in tears

(Most women are more manly than many of our Bishops) and that’s a fact
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Emotional Cardinal Angelo Comastri today, in tears

Crying like a woman what he failed to defend as a man
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How Italians pass their time under the lockdown of their cities

Wish they’d thought of this before they spread it.
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Health care workers in Italy caring for those with coronavirus - EWTN News Nightly

The woman on the right has a condition called Marcus Gunn jaw winking syndrome (a connection between a branch of the trigeminal nerve and the occulomotor nerve )
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Heroic Deed: Why This Priest Died from Coronavirus Pneumonia

There’s no doubt acts of heroism throughout this pandemic, but these would be otherwise considered ‘duty’ in an era gone by.

One really needs to keep perspective here.

I am sure this priest was a very good man. Even if it was simply a respirator that was given selflessly to someone else, knowing full well that could possibly be detrimental to his own health, is an incredible selfless act. …More
There’s no doubt acts of heroism throughout this pandemic, but these would be otherwise considered ‘duty’ in an era gone by.

One really needs to keep perspective here.

I am sure this priest was a very good man. Even if it was simply a respirator that was given selflessly to someone else, knowing full well that could possibly be detrimental to his own health, is an incredible selfless act. Worthy of St Maximilian Kolbe.

Pray for this priest,
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A Priest Died Because He “Donated” His Ventilator? Really? – By Dr Jeffrey Brushwood

There’s no doubt acts of heroism throughout this pandemic, but these would be otherwise considered ‘duty’ in an era gone by.

One really needs to keep perspective here.

I am sure this priest was a very good man. Even if it was simply a respirator that was given selflessly to someone else, knowing full well that could possibly be detrimental to his own health, is an incredible selfless act. …More
There’s no doubt acts of heroism throughout this pandemic, but these would be otherwise considered ‘duty’ in an era gone by.

One really needs to keep perspective here.

I am sure this priest was a very good man. Even if it was simply a respirator that was given selflessly to someone else, knowing full well that could possibly be detrimental to his own health, is an incredible selfless act. Worthy of St Maximilian Kolbe.

Pray for this priest,