Support and words of comfort for people who are bereaved, and those alongside them.
Although most of us desire a life of peace and commitment, sometimes we are required to look death in face – be it through bereavement, serious illness or even the end of a relationship
Francis Bridger explores his journey in the fourteen months after his wife’s very sudden death
An Anthology for Those Who Grieve, This collection has brought comfort to many facing bereavement
Full of kindness and wisdom, and offering friendship and support, it is a book to be dipped into time and time again
The author is concerned not only with the Christian hope of the world to come, but with the practical concerns arising out of dying, death and bereavement
Chances are, if you are reading this, your heart is broken, this book is designed to help those in pain and specifically those who have lost someone through death
Prayers and readings for routine and emergency pastoral situations, anointing and laying on of hands, and much more
Living through the final stages of cancer, the powerful reflections of Fr Michael Paul Gallagher SJ which he wrote during the final months of his life following a diagnosis of cancer
This text explains, for both clergy and lay-people, models of grief and how a pastoral visitor understands their role within a secular setting and in response to imminent death or bereavement
Christian poet Kenneth Steven reflects on bereavement, marital breakdown, the pain of separation from his beloved young daughter and the search for 'home'
Strength and Hope in Time of Loss, this helpful book explains the stages of grief and suggests practical steps for learning to live again
A profound insight to the greatest test we all face: to be beside someone we love, a parent, a partner, a child, as they slip away from us
How do we respond to God, our family, and our colleagues when our whole world is shattered by the death of a loved one?
Humour, tenderness, challenge, wisdom and realism in abundance, offering, quite literally, something for everyone
This journal was written during the last year of Henri Nouwen's life, ending shortly before his death in 1996
Simple and straightforward book for people who have recently lost a loved one, offering support, explanation and information
Bereavement And The Loss Of Love, Susan Wallbank, addresses with sensitivity of losing a sexual partner, male or female, young or old
An autobiography of dying, It was brave to write it and it needs courage to read it, but the benefits are enormous
A book aimed at helping not only the bereaved, but also professional carers, relatives, friends, neighbours and colleagues of someone suffering a bereavement