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The hospital is now a battlefield against the coronavirus pandemic, and the Register talked with four Catholics on the medical front lines in critical capacities.
By Peter Jesserer Smith, National Catholic Reporter, 4/22/20
Peter Jesserer Smith is a Register staff reporter.
The Catholics working in the country’s hospitals are witnesses to both life and death, serving as witnesses to life and hope.
“The most difficult day is taking care of a middle-aged man whose spouse has been admitted to the hospital and was also doing quite poorly,” Dr. Timothy Flanigan told the Register.
“He’s being overwhelmed with the thought that not only was he ill with pneumonia, but his spouse is even more ill,” he said. “And that … that was just … it was hard to carry. That was a lot, and difficult.” ….