Last Christmas, I had an article in Ireland's Own on the incredible story of the Meredith Victory, a ship which evacuated more 14,000 refugees (in a single trip!) during the Korean War. It happened over Christmas.
The ship was captained by Leonard LaRue, who made the fateful (and very dangerous) decision to evacuate as many people as possible. Since he was a member of the Merchant Marine, and therefore a civilian, he was under no obligation to do so.
He later became a Benedictine monk in New Jersey. He died in October 2001 and his cause for sainthood was recently opened.
The postulator of Brother Marinus's cause was extremely helpful to me in the research of my article. In turn, I'd like to encourage readers of this blog to acquaint themselves with the cause, and perhaps pray for Brother Marinus's intercession.
Rather strangely, the cause does not have a website itself. This page is the closest thing I can find.
There is also a newsletter, which is distributed through the email address email@example.com. I'm sure they would be happy to add you to the mailing list.
Pray for us, Brother Marinus!