"God, help me change my thinking from “I should have” to “I could have.” Please help me have compassion on myself for being human, for you alone are without fault."
"Why would someone do this?" "Is there anything I could have done to prevent it?" "Where did I fail?" "Why? Why? Why?"
Suicide rates are increasing. In every parish there are families suffering from the devastation it leaves behind. How can pastoral ministers respond?
In this concise and comforting booklet of meditations and prayers, author Woodeene Koenig-Bricker walks with the reader through the stages of being the one left behind. Filled with consoling guidance and prayerful hope, it invites us to move from anguish to peace, from darkness to light, and from despair to hope.
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Woodeene Koenig-Bricker is a writer, editor and blogger who has published numerous books and articles for Catholics on topics ranging from the saints to spirituality.