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Honoring Jesus


Palm Sunday is the day we remember the “triumphal entry” of Jesus into Jerusalem, exactly one week before His resurrection (Matthew 21:1-11). “A very large crowd spread their cloaks on the road, and others cut branches from the trees and spread them on the road.”  Why did they spread their cloaks and put psalm branches […]

Handling The Holidays With Dementia


Even though your mother, father or loved one will not remember that you were there bringing gifts and loving them, hold this memory in your own heart.  Know that your acts of love and kindness toward this person are appreciated IN THE MOMENT.  You are making a difference for that person IN THE MOMENT.  And that’s a […]

Handling the Holiday When Grief is a Visitor


By Father Charles Hudson. Source from Reclaiming Christmas, by Ginger Jurries. When faced with the loss of a loved one we are forced to make a decision to help ourselves move through the pain. The holidays increase the pain because they validate the absence and the death of our child or sibling (or mate) and challenge us to make some basic decisions on just how we will get through the next few weeks. I would like to make a few suggestions for you to ponder and decide upon as the holidays descend upon us.