Family Connection for “Our Eternal Destiny” USCCA, Chapter 13

As we approach the holiday season, now may be an especially good time to remember those who have died. Your family could visit a cemetery, perhaps take flowers or a special token to place at the gravesite, and talk about special memories of that person. You could also consider a visit to a widow, widower, or anyone who has recently experienced a loss. It would be nice to call ahead so you ensure you aren’t intruding. Maybe invite them out to dinner or to a special event or simply send a card or note to let them know you are thinking of them. Little things mean a lot, and the blessings of these kindnesses shower in all directions!   – Patti Warner, Chapter Guide for FTF week October 28, and study sheet for USCCA Chapter 13.

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FTF is a 125th Anniversary Journey of Faith of the Diocese of Belleville through the United States Catholic Catechism for Adults.
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2 Responses to Family Connection for “Our Eternal Destiny” USCCA, Chapter 13

  1. Friend says:

    I like when the parish has pictures of deceased loved ones. It is nice to stop by and pray for the families represented.

  2. Patti Warner says:

    Hi Friend. That is a lovely tradition — thank you for sharing with all of us. Peace to you!

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