News 'Love always wins' by Jeffrey Miller April 26, 2007 written by Jeffrey Miller April 26, 2007 Mercator.net has a cool story about a heart surgeon who could also one day be declared a saint. 3 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Apparently God does things in his own way and at his own hour. next post I'm shocked, shocked I tell you You may also like "It's very liberating to not be attached to... March 30, 2006 The Statue of Imitations November 1, 2003 Attacked on every side but faithful to the... September 2, 2006 O'Malley Vows to Heal Crisis-Torn Boston Church July 1, 2003 Good deeds and a candle in the smoke November 23, 2003 Mussolini asked Vatican to ex-communicate Hitler September 26, 2003 The St. Louis Archdiocese files suit July 23, 2008 Scratching my head on this one November 15, 2005 Dalai Lama doesn't want a KFC in Tibet June 24, 2004 Strange Bedfellows December 5, 2009 3 comments IC April 27, 2007 - 11:46 am There must be something in the water at the Mayo Clinic!…There is a recently canonized saint who used to work there before returning to his home in Italy, St. Riccardo Pampuri. More here: http://www.hospitallers.org/strichard.aspx irishgirl April 27, 2007 - 11:57 am I went on the link and read his story-what a wonderful, compassionate man! Wish all doctors were like him! So sad that he died so young…. Betsy April 30, 2007 - 6:50 pm Reminds me of another Dr., Dr. Joseph Moscati. More here:www.gesuiti.it/moscati/eng.html Comments are closed.