Articles by John Brown


The Justus Lipsius, for the likely 99% of Europeans who don´t know what it is, is the building of the European Council in Brussels (the percentage of Europeans who know what the European Council is may be slightly higher). A rainbow over it may indicate, according to a tweet by Juncker´s Chief of Staff Martin…

Paciencia Melgar, a missionary born in Equatorial Guinea, was working alongside a Spanish missionary, Miguel Pajares, treating Ebola-infected patients on the outskirts of Monrovia. Eventually, the two missionaries became infected, and their condition deteriorated rapidly. Father Pajares was repatriated to Spain for treatment in a specially conditioned airplane. He asked the Spanish authorities to take Mrs. Melgar along too. The Spanish authorities refused. Yet fate took a surprising turn…
 A few days later, Father Pajares, aged 75, died in Madrid despite all medical efforts while Mrs. Melgar miraculously recovered, and started donating her Ebola-defeating blood to save Spaniards infected with the disease.

© 2019 Katoikos, all rights are reserved. Developed by eMutation | New Media

Become a
Being up to date with Europe only takes a few seconds.
Your information will never shared with a third party.
logo
subscriber!
Get our periodical newsletter sent to your inbox!
I have read and agreed the Privacy Policy (required)
Become a
Being up to date with Europe only takes a few seconds.
logo
subscriber!
Get our periodical newsletter sent to your inbox!
Your information will never shared with a third party.
I have read and agreed the Privacy Policy (required)