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My Mother is with the Lord

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Sometimes all you can do is cry. I told friends, “Well, at least now I know someone for certain among the saints who will plead to let me in when I come to the gates of heaven.”

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Rest in Peace, Momma.

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Many thanks to the Knights of Columbus Color Corps for lending solemnity to the services.  The family and I appreciate the support of friends and parishioners.  God bless you all.

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4 Responses

  1. That’s one big family she has to pray for her. I’ll pray for her. I like making friends with people in purgatory/heaven…the more the better. Hopefully, they’ll all remember me and pray for me when I die.

  2. Eternal rest grant unto her Oh Lord and let perpetual light shine upon her. God Bless y’all and bring y’all strength and peace.

  3. My deepest condolences. Lost mine 3 years ago. Very difficult but our faith tells us there is hope.

  4. Father Joe, I know you will miss her so much. Give yourself the time to grieve, Loosing a second parent is so different from losing the first. Let Mother Mary hold you in her loving arms; Mary will understand. Cry, and let others cry with you… for you; you will be glad you did.

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