As a counselor, I thought I had dealt with my husband’s death. On my weekend, I realized that I had never cried for my loss.
Beginning Experience was one of the best things that ever happened to me.
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“In the People of God, by the grace of his compassion granted in Jesus, many families prove by their deeds that death does not have the last word: this is a true act of faith. Every time a family in mourning – even terrible mourning – finds the strength to guard the faith and love that unite us to those we love, it has already prevented death from taking everything. The darkness of death should be confronted with a more intense work of love. ‘My God, lighten my darkness!’ is the invocation of evening prayer. …
Answered by Fr. Dick Mevissen CSsR
These twelve reflections flow out of my long association with divorced persons and those who minister with them in a ministry which strives to assist people to find healing in the midst of almost overwhelming grief and anger associated with the painful end of a marriage in divorce.
-Fr Dick Mevissen
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