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Predictable agony and possible glory are in store for all of us
“Once I’m dead, I think my mother will miss me, but I’m not afraid to die. I wasn’t born for this life.”
The Memento Mori is alive and well
A reflection on the Christian view of death
Catholics are permitted to cremate, but this doesn't make it the best choice.
Her example flew in the face of a culture that fears suffering, but not death
Praying for loved ones that could not find their way to faith
Celebrating death can be a path to holiness
Many Catholic moms are drawing strength from Mary when facing their own sorrows.
How prayer can transform even the deepest suffering