Archive for the ‘death’ Category
Let us keep in our prayers all those with their own unique stories of heroism, bravery and honor—our veterans
Some 1,750 Indiana soldiers have lost their lives in Iraq, Afghanistan and Vietnam and many more in World War II. Ms. Emery’s high-school history teacher, Tom Clark, wants his students to know that each one comes with a story.
– Michael M. Phillips
Soldiers Lost and Found: Students Rediscover the Fallen
You call me O God to a relationship with You. Free me from the loneliness of personal decisions, and enable me to see alternatives in difficult decisions. Come O Spirit of God, with Your Gift of Counsel.
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For all those, including spouses, family members, friends and colleagues, dealing with devastating health issues, we pray
Every cancer is a journey. You never know where the journey will take you, where you’ll go. You’ll have moments of fear, hope, pain, and if you’re lucky, joy. What’s important is to go with it–wherever it goes. A great many things will be outside your control. You have to accept that you’re not entirely the driver.
– Joe Eszterhas
Pray with me for those who throughout time have died defending others, and for those who carry on without them
Memorial Day is much more than a three-day weekend that marks the beginning of summer. To many people, especially the nation’s thousands of combat veterans, this day, which has a history stretching back all the way to the Civil War, is an important reminder of those who died in the service of their country.