Suicide's Sorrowful Mystery

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America This Week: December 3, 2014

The Rev. Rhonda Mawhood Lee talks about her article in America, "The Loneliest Choice: Puzzling through Suicide's Sorrowful Mystery," on "America This Week" on SiriusXM The Catholic Channel 129. 

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Nancy martin
2 years 10 months ago

My mother in law committed suicide 12 years ago. I so wish I could have read this back then. It brought me great comfort today. Our clergy at St. Martin in the Fields in Atlanta were extraordinary in helping us grieve and honor her. It seems odd to say but her death solidified my faith as I found my strength through praying for peace for her.

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