It takes courage to grieve and feel the wrath of sorrow. While beautifully framed in scripture and peppered with church history, personal life encounters, and everyday experiences, this well-crafted toolkit still leaves plenty of room for personal devotion and reflective questions. — Rev. Dr. Regina H. Moore, Executive Minister, South Carolina Christian Action Council
This book will give all who grieve a place to breathe, not only in the illuminating spiritual content it contains but in the beautifully written prose itself. — Deacon James Keating, Ph.D., Director of Theological Formation, Institute for Priestly Formation, Creighton University
Sister Pam Smith has a unique ability to help the reader make sense of the difficulties of everyday life, using the optics of faith and our religious tradition. — John C. Kemper, P.S.S., former Provincial Superior, Society of St. Sulpice, Province of the U.S.
This is a book that needed to be written. Those who know Sister Pam as a poet will recognize her exquisite cadences and crisp, direct style. Those who admire her as a careful, insightful, spiritual thinker will also be glad for these reflections. — Alice Camille, Scripture commentator and award-winning columnist