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Spending Lent with Mary

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A few years ago, my Lent began in an unfamiliar house, face-to-face with a woman who was living my nightmare. On Epiphany that year, my sister-in-law faced a horror I still can’t imagine, one that topped her list of sorrows and that changed my prayer...
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Mary and the Passion

A Mary Moment Monday post Recently, one of my oldest friends asked me for some insight on the Virgin Mary and the Passion. She’s not Catholic, but she reads my blog anyway (like I said, one of my oldest friends). She had an “assignment” at...
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A Mother’s Tears

A Mary Moment Monday post I’ve been thinking about this post since Friday afternoon, when my mother-in-law got a call from my sister-in-law about what had happened in Connecticut. Then, a friend on Facebook started a prayer movement. But…what can I say? What can I...
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The January 3 Anniversary

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Dear Allen, Today is your day. And we remember. As we look at the beauty of the day, as we struggle through commonplace challenges, as we get on with our lives forever changed, we remember. As we pray for your soul and those who grieve...
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A Great Guide to Help Kids Grieve

I had never really considered grieving for children before I became the bystander. In the wake of a sudden and unexpected family death, two of my nieces became case studies in children grieving. I have felt, in the last year-and-a-half, overwhelmingly helpless. I don’t know...
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