St. Camillus de Lellis is champion of Christian charity, who translated the compassionate love of Jesus to the sick and the poor, in heroic manner, in his own life when Europe was facing ‘black death’ during the 16th century.
He served the plague-stricken at the risk of his own life as a ‘mother care for her only son who is sick’. He brought light and hope, love and compassion into the most vulnerable moments of human life. The life and ministry of St. Camillus challenges us today to heal and humanize the less fortunate millions of sick and poor around the world.
Do you feel challenged to live a life with difference?