Rosemary Ganley The Peterborough Examiner May 17, 2018
About two years ago, one Saturday night, a neighbor of mine came over in deep distress.
Her elderly mother, recently arrived in Peterborough, was in hospital in the final stages of life. Unaffiliated with any church or temple, she was very apprehensive and agitated about death.
My neighbour just wondered if I knew anyone who might comfort her mother. I did.
Then I called my friend of 50 years, Fr. Leo Coughlin, age 86, at home. He is the most open and available person I know to anyone who calls. Regardless of faith (or no faith), age, background, condition of life, familiar or unknown to him, he responds with a heart full of love and acceptance.
He is also a Roman Catholic priest of 60 years, thoroughly ecumenical, well-read, progressive and up-to-date on modern dilemmas. Continue Reading >Here<
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