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Reaching out to Catholic/Christians Individuals/Families

I am a Catholic by Florence D’Costa

I felt inspired to post this.  I suggest that we always carry maybe a card or this information written on a card, just in case we do meet with an accident…..  Also it is important that when a Catholic is admitted into hospital that they intimate the hospital Chaplain that you are a Catholic, so that he could come and visit you and pray for you and give you Holy Communion which will definitely help and strengthen you.

Let us also pray for our priests every day and also pray for Vocations to the Priesthood.

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November 10, 2017 Posted by | Catholicism, Charismatic Renewal, Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Sick, The Sick, Women, Youth | Leave a comment

Choose Palliative Care – Why Assisted Suicide?

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This image is so beautiful and there is so much beauty in this world.  T0 feel healthy and strong is an awesome feeling.  What happens when a person is terminally ill, how do you think they feel, especially if they are having terrible pain.  Well, we do have palliative care and that is so beautiful.  People are loved and they are made to feel comfortable as they slowly approach death.  Palliative Care enables terminally ill people to die with dignity.  They are made to feel comfortable right to the very end.  Why do some people want assisted suicide?  Why are Governments for assisted suicide instead of continuing with palliative care.

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October 20, 2017 Posted by | Aged Homes, Catholicism, Charismatic Renewal, Elderly, Sick, Suffering, Suicide, Teen suicide, Terminal Illness, The Cross, The Sick, Women, Youth | Leave a comment

Suffering/Sickness/Problems – Give them all to Jesus!

There are many people who are having problems such as various types of sickness or illness.  For some it is terminal illness.  Each individual is suffering in their own way.  Whatever be your problems, just give them all to Jesus and He will turn your sorrows into Joy.

May 15, 2017 Posted by | Elderly, Hospitals, Jesus Christ, Lonliness, Sick, Suffering, Terminal Illness, The Sick, Uncategorized, Youth | Leave a comment

Suffering – Can you Pray?

To those who are sick in hospitals, nursing homes, sick at home and in agonising and excruciating pain.  Is it possible for such people to praise and thank God.  For those who are suffering terrible and excruciating pain, it is highly impossible to be praising God during that time but your love for God is above all others, then your soul is in the Presence of God.  That is what is important.  Loving God all the time even without saying One Word out loud. There is one thing I would like to tell you all.  When you are suffering excruciating pain, and you know that you love God above all else then, I am sure that God is very much aware of how much you love Him and YOU CAN BE SURE THAT YOU ARE IN HIS EMBRACE.  Suffering, Happy, Sad, Laughing, Dancing, Crying, Smiling – whatever you may be doing – if you love God above all else, you can be sure that you will be FOREVER IN HIS EMBRACE and that is the safest place to be at all times.

June 8, 2015 Posted by | Aged Homes, Blogs, Catholicism, Charismatic Renewal, Christ Jesus, Christianity, couples, Cross, Elderly, Evangelisation, Faithful, Family, God's Love, Happiness, Healing, Holy Spirit, Hospitals, Jesus Christ, Laughter, Love for God, married couples, Miracles, Nursing Homes, Praising God, Prayer, Prayers, Presence of God, Sad, Sick, Smiles, Suffering, Testimonies, The Cross, The Sick, Trust in God, Women, Youth | Leave a comment

Are you Elderly, Sick and Alone?

If you are elderly, sick and alone, be not afraid for Jesus Christ is with you and He will never leave you nor forsake.  He is the Son of God and He died for each one of you. Take comfort for Jesus Christ does PERFORM GREAT MIRACLES FOR YOU EVERY DAY OF YOUR LIFE.

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March 12, 2015 Posted by | Aged Homes, Elderly, Hospitals, Melancholy, Nursing Homes, Sad, Sick | Leave a comment