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Our blogger recalls how his mother and a beloved parishioner both died quickly and peacefully.
She knew that angels, including her deceased grandfather, attended her pandemic wedding.
After a paralyzing accident, she was encouraged and inspired by the winged earth angels.
She healed from the sadness of her father’s alcoholism by befriending a clergyman years later.
She went above and beyond when she delivered bouquets for the florist. Then the love she shared came full circle.
The incident increased her faith and reminded her of the power of prayer.
She didn’t know how to comfort her anxious mother. Then a childhood memory—and a prayer—saved the day.
How an unexpected act of kindness at McDonald’s assured her that God’s good neighbors were everywhere.
She had always longed to be a grandmother. Then she realized that her life could still be full of love and opportunity.
She worried about getting through a two-day silent retreat. Then she had a divine vision she would never forget.
She was struggling through the snow to get home. Then she heard a mysterious voice commanding her to keep going.
She learned that her anonymous tissue donor also loved country music. Had he given her the gift of music as well?
There is no greater toxin to the soul than the self-expectation of perfection. It means we’re trying to steal from God something only he can possess.
Author, <em>The Promise of Hope</em>
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