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From Tribulation Times: The Fatal Race MARY, OUR MOTHER - May 23, 2013 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/YVVY/~3/_ygRW2vyzMg/from-tribulation-times-fatal-race.html
Wednesday, 17 Apr – Resurrection OXYGEN - April 16, 2013 http://thecatholicwriter.com/oxygen/2013/04/wednesday-17-apr-resurrection/
The Aftermath (Part 2) MAKING ALL THINGS NEW - March 4, 2013 If you really loved the one who died, however, don't expect to "get over" your loss anytime soon. No one can replace the one you lost, and you can't just put on a happy face after a little while and tell yourself that everything is fine now. It isn't. It may take a long time, and there will always be little reminders, memories, and other experiences to renew your sense of loss and your tears. There's no simple solution to human sorrow. Each of us has to live through it as ...http://wordincarnate.wordpress.com/2013/03/04/the-aftermath-part-2/
March 1, 2013: Saint Albinus of Algers A YEAR OF PRAYER: 365 ROSARIES - March 1, 2013 ... attention to ransoming prisoners from the barbarian pirates that frequently captured those they encountered. Albinus negotiated, prayed, and even paid ransoms to free those in need. Holy legend tells us that at his command, one wall of the Tower of Angers collapsed miraculously, allowing the escape of those being held there. On another occasions, Albinus attempted to visit a woman he believed to be wrongly imprisoned by the king. When a guard attempted to prevent his visit, he miraculously ...http://365rosaries.blogspot.com/2013/03/march-1-2013-saint-albinus-of-algers.html
The Aftermath (Part 1) MAKING ALL THINGS NEW - February 25, 2013 ... about six years ago from cancer—to someone who was grieving the loss of a loved one. I thought it might be good to post the short chapter on grieving, in case you or someone you know might be able to benefit from it. Lent is a time, in the Byzantine tradition, when many prayers and services are offered for the deceased, so this might be appropriate now .] "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord… they may rest from their labors, for their deeds follow them!" (Rev ...http://wordincarnate.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/the-aftermath-part-1/
Déjà-Vu All Over Again PRINTS OF GRACE - February 6, 2013 ... exhibiting many of the symptoms that Kevin and I have come to recognize in those whose death was going to happen very soon. I thought she would at least make it until the weekend, but that wasn't to be. I was at the family's house where I nanny when I received the call from my mom about how Grandma had passed away during the night. My mom and some of the nuns had been with her praying at the time. Because I'd had my initial cry and mourning period a couple weeks earlier, I was able to take the ...http://printsofgrace.blogspot.com/2013/02/deja-vu-all-over-again.html
Novena for the Faithful Departed IMPRISONED IN MY BONES - February 3, 2013 ... prayer service and found the house to be bursting at the seams with people including many of Jack's classmates and their families. I shouldn't have been surprised by the crowd, though, because the Tenorio family are such kind and loving people to everyone they meet that it is only logical that they would have many friends who would feel called to pray and grieve with them. The prayer service was actually part of a Filipino tradition that called for a novena of ...http://annebender.blogspot.com/2013/02/novena-for-faithful-departed.html