Category Archives: Nicholas Fortuin
A festive St. Peter’s Square was bedecked with spring flowers and budding saplings as the Church celebrated the first canonization of the Jubilee year and Pope John Paul II’s formal announcement that the Sunday after Easter would henceforth be known … Continue reading
Today I am attending the Memorial Service in memory of Dr. Fortuin. I thought of just leaving the blog quiet. That’s hard. So, I decided to tell you a little bit about my experiences with him.
Four years ago, The Rev. Ronald P. Pytel’s doctors took one look at his severely damaged heart and said he could die at any time. Months later, in a recovery doctors struggled to explain, he was found to be problem-free, … Continue reading
However, his doctor, while assessing the recovery as “remarkable and unexpected,” sees more science than the supernatural in Pytel’s healing. The outcome, while rare, he said, is not unprecedented in similar cases.