Having left medicine in 2014 to become a priest, Christopher Gault returned to serve in Belfast's Mater Hospital for six weeks during the coronavirus crisis. There, he witnessed suffering; but he also witnessed caring, generosity and hope. "The hardest part about being a doctor is accepting that a patient is at the end of their life and there's nothing more we can do," he describes. "But how people reacted was immensely inspiring. I remember nurses who, after their shift ended, were sitting for hours with patients who couldn't be visited by their families."