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Death

How Dia de Los Muertos helped a 4-year-old learn to grieve (VIDEO)

He sang to his sister on what would have been her first birthday.

What dying children say gives their life the most meaning

It's not social media or watching more TV...

If you’re hurried and finding there’s never enough time, maybe this is the solution

Pope Francis with a poignant reminder at Mass today: I am not the master of time.

5 Interesting facts about the man who founded IKEA, including a Nazi past

The Swedish superstore founder, Ingvar Kamprad, died Saturday at the age of 91.

What is a sexton?

A necessary job in a parish that is highly undervalued.

This is why we should take our kids to the graves of loved ones (PHOTO)

In a tender photo, singer Andy Grammer shows the world his love for his beloved mother.

5 Memento Mori resolutions for the new year

In the beginning of a shiny new year, why not make a resolution that will help you prepare to meet God?

9 Ways to help a grieving friend

These small supportive actions really make a difference.

What does a happy death look like for you?

No one likes to suffer, but there's a great gift in it that we may be overlooking.

How one dad made sure his daughter knew his love … long after he was dead

Bailey Sellers' father wanted to make sure that she knew he was still watching over her.

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