While sorting through her grandparent's papers, Kath came across a postcard depicting the Women's Ward of the old Mildmay Hospital. Kath couldn't say why it was amongst her grandparent's things. "I will let you know if I ever find the connection. Family members certainly lived in the East End - Bromley-by-Bow, Stepney etc., but rather earlier than the card, I think". Although we have a similar image in our archive (of the Men's Ward), this particular image was lost to us. So
We are delighted to have recently taken delivery of a new and much-needed ECG machine to replace older equipment. This purchase was made from our charitable reserves, but we need your help to buy a second machine. To find out more and make a donation to our Hospital Equipment Fund, go to our charity site.
The Easter Triduum holds a special place in the Church’s Calendar, proclaiming again the passion, death and resurrection of Christ on Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Maundy Thursday: A Lesson about Love This Maundy Thursday, as we commemorate the Last Supper of our Lord, the Washing of the Disciples' Feet and the gift of the Eucharist, I would like to offer you another poem called "GOD IN AN APRON" by a Benedictine, Sister Macrina Wiederkehr, OSB. The poem I h