Firefighter comes out of a 10 year coma

*“It’s almost unheard of after 10 years,” she said, “but sometimes things do happen and people suddenly improve and we don’t understand why.”
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[quote=jdnation]*“It’s almost unheard of after 10 years,” she said, “but sometimes things do happen and people suddenly improve and we don’t understand why.” *

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May God bless him!


Too bad Terri Schiavo will never get this chance.

Wonderful news! Hopefully people won’t be so quick to ‘pull the plug’ if more of these stories are publicized

Lisa N

Amazing! Bless him!

[quote=rastell]May God bless him!


Too bad Terri Schiavo will never get this chance.
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No kidding. I think everyone should send Greer a copy of this article.

Did anybody notice that he was at Father Baker Manor. If you do not know about Father Baker, he was a great priest in the Buffalo area, and he is being investigated for beatification and canonization. I wonder if the family prayed for his intercession at all.

Anyways, if you do not know about Father Baker, check this out.

ourladyofvictory.org/FrBaker/Welcome.html

I wonder if God is trying to tell us something. Somehow, I don’t think we’re going to listen.

I thought the same thing… :frowning:

That’s fantastic. What a happy day for him and his family. What would it be like to wake up after 10 years! Amazing.

wonderful news!!!

This is a sound slap on Michael and Greer’s faces

I am happy about the firefighter coming out of the coma, but could not help but think about Terri Schiavo and the chance to recover more she should have had. I am sure Terri praying for him helped.

God bless the firefighter!

Well, being myself an 11 year career firefighter, all I can say is …

Thank You Jesus!

(And please let us not forget the intercession that is offered to us firefighters via our patron saint, St. Florian!)

And BTW peeps.

No way, No how, is this a mere coincidence - him having come out of his coma just a few scant months after the murder of Terri Schiavo.

Hello down there on planet earth!


Can you hear me now?

Okay, so this might get people to question the assumption that there was no hope for Terri. But, even if there wasn’t (which I personally think there was) shouldn’t they have respected her life as it was? How on earth do you ever get the culture of death to understand that? That we all have dignity because we were created in His Image? That the dignity is not dependent on our “quality of life”? That food & water is not excessive medical treatment? Oy.

[quote=FiremanFrank]Well, being myself an 11 year career firefighter, all I can say is …

Thank You Jesus!

(And please let us not forget the intercession that is offered to us firefighters via our patron saint, St. Florian!)

And BTW peeps.

No way, No how, is this a mere coincidence - him having come out of his coma just a few scant months after the murder of Terri Schiavo.

Hello down there on planet earth!

Can you hear me now?
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:amen:

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