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The naming of the emergency building of the Hospital of Crotone

On Sunday, March 8, a ceremony was held to dedicate to St. Josemaria the new emergency building of the hospital of Crotone, in Italy. The new hospital pavilion “is on a par with the most modern facilities in southern Italy. Built to serve all of the people in this province, it is dedicated to St. Josemaria Escriva, the modern saint of work and of suffering, which we have the duty to alleviate,” said Dr. Furriolo, the director of the medical center. “St. Josemaria,” he continued, “is an eminent witness to the importance of doing one’s work very well, regardless of the position in which we find ourselves.”

Romana, No. 36, January-June 2003, p. 0.