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April 15, 2022
April 15, 2022
Jesus died from a heart attack brought on by fatal internal bleeding from a ruptured artery in his shoulder, a doctor-turned-priest has said. The Rev. Professor Patrick Pullicino, a priest in Southwark and formerly an NHS consultant neurologist, said there is evidence that Christ dislocated his shoulder in a fall on the way to Calvary
April 15, 2022
The suffering of the Ukrainian people is one with the Passion of the Lord, writes Bishop Kenneth Nowakowski When we reflect on the passion of our Lord Jesus Christ, and on the suffering He endured on that memorable Friday in Jerusalem, we can imagine Him being led with brutality through the streets of the Holy
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