In this episode, we discuss an article written by a father who lost his child and who lives with regret because he sacrificed too much time away from his family for his career, and who struggles with going back to work. We give our two cents based upon our own experience. We also talk about the challenge of having to rebuild yourself, even as people of faith, after such a devastating loss.
Frank and Jenifer discuss how authentic parenting does not mean perfect parenting, and how humble parenting is heroic parenting. They also discuss a Dear Abby column and the need for heroic friendship and grief education.
A brief introduction to our daughter Maggie.
Every Friday afternoon, join us in prayer. The prayers will vary from the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, the Litany of the Sacred Heart, the Rosary, the Litany of the Saints, etc.
Maggie breaths her last breath.
My wife stands at the side of our daughter in the hospital and does something supernatural. "Lord, I need you."
In this episode, I continue to recount the unfolding of our daughter's passing. I keep it 100 as always. You might regret missing this one.
In this episode, I begin chronicling the events leading up to our daughter's passing.
In this inaugural episode of In The Midst, I open a window for people to see the origins of this podcast, which was ultimately inspired by the tragic and unexpected death of our 11 year old daughter.