Donal Walsh was only 16-years-old when he was battling cancer to survive. After being told by the doctors that his condition was terminal and he had only weeks to live, he decided to go on live national television to try and encourage young people to value life more. He spoke for nineteen minutes on television, but it was 19 minutes that inspired the entire country of Ireland. Ten years later, his legacy still lives on. EWTN reporter Colm Flynn went to the Basilica of Knock in Co. Mayo, Ireland, where over 2,000 Irish students gathered to honor his memory.
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