Image by PublicDomainPictures from Pixabay CAESAR BORGIA Italian nobleman, politician, and cardinal: "While I lived, I provided for everything but death; now I must die, and am unprepared to die." THOMAS HOBBS Political philosopher: "I say again, if I had the whole world at my disposal, I would give it to live one day. I … Continue reading The Last Words Of Dying Atheists
From the moment we are born he raises us, in our eyes he is our hero. In some cases for many he is the villain who remained a villain or the bad guy who eventually became the Hero. But in the end, still a father and flesh and blood. Yeah, he may have been irreligious … Continue reading The Death Of A Father Is Truly The Death Of A Hero
DEATHBED CONVERSION MIRACLES VIA THE ST. BENEDICT'S MEDAL MIRACLE 1On the 14th of March, 1859, a pious layman happened to meet a priest in the street, who was very distressed about a young man of seventeen who had come home from Paris so ill, that the doctor was of the opinion that he could not … Continue reading DEATHBED CONVERSION MIRACLES FROM ST. BENEDICT’S MEDAL
Image by Arek Socha from Pixabay If a Doctor told you that you were dying, and unfortunately we don't know when this will be, what would you do? It could be tomorrow, in 14 days time or in 20 years. How would you react? You'd probably make plans to draw up a will. If you're … Continue reading A Doctor Told You That You’re Dying What Plans Do You Make?
Image by Clker-Free-Vector-Images from Pixabay Fr.John was a friend of the family for many years. Although I was not a practising Catholic in the family, I often enjoyed his presence. My first guitar was a Spanish classical one gifted to me by him. He never played it and was still adorned with the silky red … Continue reading The Muslim Doctor Who Became Christian After Seeing A Man Raised From The Dead.
Image by Andrew Martin from Pixabay Everyone has their little after death wish, don't they? I'd like to buried at sea during the morning sunrise. I'd love for nothing more than "I did it my way" played at my funeral. Please bury me wrapped in the duvet I spent knitting for 80 years of my life. … Continue reading How Would You Like To Be Remembered When You Die?