Monday, October 10, 2011

Death of Dr. Margaret Ogola

‘Unless we recognise that each individual is valuable by virtue of simply being conceived human, we cannot begin to talk about human rights.’

This is just one quotation from a great Kenyan lady, Dr. Margaret Ogola – author, humanitarian and medical doctor – who died on 22 September 2011.  Requiescat in Pace. 
John Smeaton’s blog  carried a lovely tribute to Dr. Ogola on 27 September last.

Every human being, from the moment of conception, has been given his or her own Guardian Angel.    The Feast-day of the Guardian Angels, which occurs in October, was not celebrated this year because it fell on a Sunday but this in no way detracts from the honour and recognition that we owe to our Guardian Angels, and to the Guardian Angels of the countless millions of babies killed by abortion