Monday, July 8, 2013

Alberta priest almost drowns, saves lives

'God is with us in good times and bad,' says High River's Father Edward Hospet
An interior shot of St. Francis de Sales Church in High River July 3. Taylor Weaver / High River Times.
June 20 started as a normal day for many citizens in High River, Alta., including Father Edward Hospet, pastor of St. Francis de Sales Parish. By the afternoon, however, he'd almost drowned, been rescued, then fought to help save others from the worst flood in more than a century. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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