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April 19, 2008

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I am so sorry about your sister-in-law. You can take comfort in the absolute fact that she was strengthened by her faith community in her last days. It's a big reason that I remain a Catholic, married to an atheist.

There is indeed something true. Tell your brother-in-law that a rosary goes out for her tonight.

My condolences. It is hard losing a loved one. You can take comfort in that she is no longer suffering. I firmly believe that you will be reunited again with her and other family that have passed (in catspeak: gone over the rainbow bridge). Disclaimer: I am neither Catholic nor athiest.

I am sorry. I will pray for her and for the family (which includes you, dear Sissy) today at Mass. May many graces pour down on you during this time of sorrow.

Iris

My deepest condolences to you and your family, Sissy.
Gandhi said 'Where there is love, there is life'. Nancy will always be with you as long as you love her.

A rosary for beloved Nancy today.

{{Hugs}}

Sissy

I am so sorry. You are in my heart and prayers.

You, Tuck and Nancy's husband and girls are suffering a terrible loss, someone you've loved for so long.

Be grateful for all the time you did have with her. May her memory be a blessing to you.

I'm so very sorry. My deepest condolences to you all. It's so hard to lose someone you love. Prayers for you all, may you remember her with love and laughter. {{{HUGS}}}

Ah, Sissy - I'm so very sorry for your loss. I will pray for the repose of Nancy's soul but also for you and your entire extended family that they may find peace in this painful time.

My deepest sympathies to you, Tuck and the rest of your family.

I cannot add anything to the eloquent expressions above, other than my sincere condolences. You are right - there is something true......

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