St. Giuseppe Moscati was an Italian doctor in Naples. He came from an aristocratic family, but after finishing medical school was struck by the poor and suffering he saw in the hospital he worked in. Despite hospital regulations, he spent more time with those patients who truly needed him than he was supposed to. Not only did he annoy his superiors, he learned a unique lesson in charity.
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