Dr. Antonio Loro came from a very poor family. His father died when he was 7 years old. He promised his mother he would become a medical doctor. Unfortunately, his mother died a few days after he started his secondary education, when he was only 14. He wanted to keep his promise to his mother. But, he was too poor to afford the education.
Churches, priests and his sisters helped fund his medical education.
“I don’t start the day without reading the gospel. I meditate, often I read together with my wife. I find strength in that.”