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For Patients Hospice And Hospital

by Katie
(St. Augustine, Florida)

There are many occasions where I am able to pass on rosary to the elderly as a gesture of Catholic friendship. My friend gave me a box of rosaries from Bethlehem that are nearly gone now. I sat a week with someone I knew and handed her a rosary. She could not speak, but her fingers were tight on the beads, and she was holding them and working the decades. Less than a week later she passed on. I could only pray for her as her family refused to call a priest. What little I can do on my end as a caregiver is a big thing to the patients. I will continue to pray for them and to help ease their fears. I know the Blessed Mother welcomes their prayers, however small or un-finished, the gesture and heart are pure. I believe the comfort of prayer is as effective as a warm blanket.

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