A Short History of the Order In the Footsteps of St. Camillus In 1586 the ‘company of good men’ obtained the approval of Pope Sixtus V and in 1591 Pope Gregory XIV gave them the status of an Order with the name of ‘Order of the Ministers of the Sick’, a name chosen by the Founder to indicate that its members had to have Christ as their model: ‘I did not come to be served but to serve and give life’. Today the Ministers of the Sick are known throughout the world as the Camillians. The Order is made up of priests and brothers who as religious enjoy equal rights and have the same obligations.
Câu chuyện xảy ra năm 1550 tại 1 làng nhỏ tại miền trung Italy, làng Bucchianico bên bờ biển. Dân làng rất hiền lành và chăm chỉ. họ cùng nhau sống an bình trong ơn nghĩa Chúa.