Navigating Grief – An Evening Reflection

Oct 12, 2022 | Spiritual Life

As human beings, we experience a range of losses throughout our lives. As we work our way back from being together at school, work, play – and Mass – we may identify common themes related to loss that we can consider. Grief includes a range of emotions that arise during loss, which we most often associate with the death of a loved one.

Grief is a normal human process that allows us to reintegrate our lives after a significant loss. There are many roads through grief, with some common markers of progress in healing.

On November 3rd at 7pm in the Parish Hall, Fr. Brian Conley, S.J. will lead an evening reflection that explores the experience of grief.  There will be time to share different experiences that participants have had navigating these journeys in their lives. The question,  “Why does is hurt so much?” was the most common question Fr. Brian was asked as a hospital chaplain. We’re delighted to have him help us grapple with that question.

Please join us by registering through the parish office, or online using this contact us link.

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