Some will find these offensive and in poor taste. I would suggest that it is no more so than the vast majority of vapid sentiments found on the usual sympathy and support cards. These represent real life and the real struggle that people with serious illness and grief are wrestling with.
I have been asked that question in one form or another many, many times. Now it is in print! (More or less.) […]
From Inside Higher Ed: ‘It’s in the Syllabus!’ October 18, 2013 By Colleen Flaherty Some things are better worn than said. At […]
I miss our son deeply even while cherishing our daughter who is with us. This is the tension we live in, how […]
Specifically, how do we talk about it when someone has died? This article was posted on Facebook by my friend Fr. Jody […]