Magazine May 3, 2021, Issue

From Lives of the Saints: The New Class

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., March 18, 2021. (Susan Walsh/Reuters Pool)

Saint Anthony Fauci of the Perpetual Distance 

Anthony Fauci, born December 24 — not coincidentally the day before our “other” Savior — in 1940, in Brooklyn, New York. Attended Regis High School and College of the Holy Cross and Cornell Medi­cal School.

Nothing of note occurred in his early career. He was a doctor and a government clerk for various leaders and potentates. Not until he received his Call during the Wondrous Pan­demic of 2020 did his powers for the miraculous appear.

His first miracle was recorded in 2020, when he performed the Mask Transformation.

At the time, surgical masks were thought to be

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