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Alex DiPasquale: A Message of Hope

March 27th, 2012, Promulgated by Mike

Alex DiPasquale grew up in the Charlotte section of Rochester. He and his family were parishioners at Holy Cross Church and he attended Holy Cross School. After college he had careers in public service with both the County of Monroe and the Town of Greece. Subsequently he served at St. Lawrence Parish as both Business Manager and as a Parish Minister.

Alex has had three kidney transplants and has been a dialysis patient for 35 years. He is now blind and in palliative care.

This talk was given at Holy Cross Church on Saturday, March 24, 2012.

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One Response to “Alex DiPasquale: A Message of Hope”

  1. avatar Richard Thomas says:

    What’s going on At Strong is that people, waiting to die are not given IV fluids. Dehydration is a terrible way to go. This is where our medical system is headed. Let’s pray for all those who are dying, especially, those in danger of going to hell.


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