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Sister Connie Kramer

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Christmas Mourning

It is when I have done this kind of reflection and made life-giving decisions that I have allowed grief to be my teacher

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Grieving gracefully into a future full of hope

Saint Mother Theodore once said, “Treat yourself as you treat others, with kindness and indulgence.” I firmly believe that, above all, to comfort oneself or another involves being gentle with oneself or another. It means allowing grief to be a teacher who reminds us that we are wired for resilience. We are meant to find meaning and purpose in life.

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Prayer for the Faces of our Grief

When my faith is shaken, please God, remind me of your love for me.
When I am lonely, help me to reach out and share my feelings with others.
When I am stuck in memories of the past, give me the graces I need to forgive and be forgiven.…

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Sister Connie Kramer is a Sister of Providence who ministers in Indianapolis and at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods as a Spiritual Director/Retreat Director and Grief Specialist. She also provides consultation for parishes involved in mergers within the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.

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