Mar 29, 2012

Christian doctor 'sacked for emailing a PRAYER to hospital colleagues to raise their spirits'

 A Christian doctor went to an employment tribunal yesterday claiming he was sacked because he emailed a prayer to his colleagues.
David Drew, 64, qualified 40 years ago and rose to become clinical director at the hospital where he worked.
But he said he was dismissed after failing to accept an order to ‘refrain from using religious references in his professional communications, verbal or written’.

To Give And Not To Count The Cost: The prayer by St Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Jesuit order, sent by Dr Drew to his colleagues