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Just released by Grace Watch Media Publishing:
Everyone enjoys sharing in the excitement of a pregnancy. But what if something devastating happens to the baby? What does the grieving mother do then? What do family and friends do to comfort her? Christine Henderson has walked this lonely journey not once, but multiple times. In Turning Grief Inside Out: Surviving Pregnancy Loss with God’s Help, Henderson accompanies grieving mothers by sharing the insights she gleaned from her own experience. Along the way, she addresses some of these basic questions: How does a grieving mother cope? What things can she do to realize her motherhood even though her baby is in heaven? What can you do as a friend, relative, or husband to support the grieving mother? Offering both practical and spiritual advice, Turning Grief Inside Out offers hope—and a path forward—for grieving mothers and the people who love them.
Sister Marie works in a poor area trying to help the residents improve their lives. One day she meets Maggie, a little girl, who has just moved into a run-down house with her family. Things are not going well for them, and the father does not know what to do. Sister Marie shares with this family the story of Saint Philomena. Will this wonderful saint be able to help?
*I just love this book! The story is uplifting and sweet. Sufferings, trials and carrying one’s own cross is sometimes hard to explain to children but one of the chapters covered this BEAUTIFULLY! “God works in his own time. If they are offering up their suffering, and you offering yours, all this works together to strengthen the Body of Christ. We may never know why on this earth we have to suffer, but God uses it to help others…”
So glad I purchased this book!
*This is a wonderful book for both children and adults! Sister Marie’s example of love and charity is a reminder to us all of what our Heavenly Father desires from us. I highly recommend this book to all!
On one of Sister Marie’s many treks to the poor area of the city, she befriends a stray dog. Her friend, Edgar, agrees to keep him for a pet. Every afternoon Edgar takes care of a Down’s Syndrome boy named Zack. Will the dog and Zack get along? What is it about Edgar that makes him like Saint John Bosco? Read and find out in this delightful story.