(From Leicester Mercury)
When Robert O'Callaghan's wife died shortly after they were married, he spent a year "being angry at God".
His bride, Angela, was 25 when she died of meningitis eight years ago, just 12 hours after falling ill.
Robert spent countless hours after her death soul-searching before arriving at a decision that would help him rebuild his life - to give up his job as a salesman and become a Roman Catholic priest.
The 37-year-old embarked on six years of training, including four in Rome, and at the weekend his ambition was realised when he returned to his home parish of Braunstone to be ordained as a priest in front of a …