I had to spend a few days in hospital recently. The man in the next bed (an old guy like me) went out of his way to be friendly and helpful to me and I was very grateful for him taking me under his wing. One day the Anglican chaplain came to the ward. He was a very sweet West Indian man who asked each of us if he could pray over us, I was the only one that agreed. When it came to Joe, this normally friendly, smiling guy seemed to have changed into someone else. He said, 'I've read the Bible and I don't believe it, I'm an atheist' and turned away from the chaplain. The chaplain said, 'You can live without the Bible, you can't live without God' but no response. Joe has multiple medical problems. He has had several heart attacks, he is a diabetic, an accidental wound to his foot is probably going to require a partial amputation because of infection. After the chaplain left, I told him that he had nothing to lose by asking the Father to heal him and that I would do so too. He softened a little and thanked me though whether he will pray about his condition, I don't know. This is the day of Carlo Acutis's beatification. Would you put in a word for Joe's healing and conversion?