Tag: Grief

The Coffin in the Room

This coffin is much smaller than an elephant, but today it serves the same purpose. Here’s the deal folks. The moment we accept that a child that dies in the womb deserves a full funeral, that it is not simply

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Recurrent Miscarriage

Great video on how Christians should approach this experience. One thing that has struck me since losing Zachary (though obviously not through a miscarriage) is the number of people I meet who have lost children. It is the unspoken grief

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A Promo Video Proposal

Close up shot of black and white photographs from the Second World War. Background somber but progressive piano music. PETER – VOICE OVER : A few months ago my local museum had a show of photographs from the second world

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Never a Disappointment

Gayle blogs on how we feel six months on. We were warned when we discovered Zachary’s condition that people would put their foot in it sometimes. People don’t know what to say, they don’t say anything at all, they say

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Vatican – If Newman was gay then Chesterton was an adulterer

Father Ian Ker shows us very clearly that allegations that Newman was gay are based on 21st Century cultural assumptions: Fr Ker, the author of the definitive biography of Newman, said there was no evidence to suggest that the cardinal

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