Tag Archives: grief and grieving

On Grief

“I must go down to the seas again. . .” (John Masefield)     Some years ago,  my Aunt Dorothy died during the middle of the night. She lived alone in Santa Monica but my brother lived in nearby Marina del … Continue reading

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The Myth of Closure

Here is the link for my most recent article in┬áSt Anthony Messenger, titled “The Death Penalty and the Myth of Closure”. https://blog.franciscanmedia.org/sam/the-death-penalty-and-the-myth-of-closure

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Spiritual Mentors: C.S. Lewis

I have been blessed with many spiritual mentors during my journey and continue to meet new ones along the way. But I always seem to come back to C.S. Lewis. I suppose that one theme that draws me to him … Continue reading

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On Grief

“Death ends a life but not a relationship”. So speaks the main character in Robert Anderson’s play I Never Sang for My Father. When we lose someone, they live on in our memories. Sometimes, too, they live on because we … Continue reading

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