In October of 2008, after serving three years as a Naval Officer, I was diagnosed with inoperable brain cancer. This blog chronicles my pilgrimage through life and towards the Roman Catholic priesthood.
Dear Philip:My wife was diagnosed with brain cancer about two weeks ago, and operated on for removal of 95% of it. She's fine now, although we have yet to start the chemo and radiation therapy. I share with you this to encourage you. We have placed her under the protection of our Lady the Protectress of All Christians and prayed to John Paul the Great, Fulton Sheen, and St Nectarios. It is our hope that her next MRI will reveal no remaining cancer (althought "technically" what she has is considered a very fast growing variety). Have faith, stay optimistic, live in prayer, and trust in God.
Philip,The cacophony of modernism cannot overcome the Great Silence in which God is truly known.TBR, I will pray for you and your wife.
Praised be Jesus Christ!Philip, you are in my prayers, especially during the memento of the Mass. This was a beautiful video. God reward you.Fr Patrick FentonKilgore TX
Thank you for sharing.SF,- LukeSan Clemente, CA
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