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When a Friend Has Lost Hope

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Quick Overview

In times of trouble, we sometimes have a tendency to turn inward and away from God. Be it the death of a loved one, divorce, job loss, or poor health, the journey toward renewed hope may be long and demanding.

When a friend has lost hope, you naturally want to help; however, sometimes you are not sure what to say. In a poignant, moving way, this pamphlet offers sensitive advice on reaching out with a comforting hand and shows you how to act compassionately with faith when loved ones are caught in a depression.

Updated in 2018

This pamphlet is not returnable


About the Author

Deborah Meister holds an M.A. in Theology and an M.A. in Literature, Graduate Certification in Pastoral Care, and certification in Pastoral Ministry from the Archdiocese of St. Louis. As the author of several Liguori titles, Deborah draws for her previous experience as a college educator, hospital chaplain, high school Campus Minister, and various roles in parish ministry in seven dioceses around the country. She is married to Deacon Bill and they have two young adult daughters. Currently, her ministry focuses on the mission of the Redemptorist Fathers as an acquisitions editor for Liguori Publications.

Product Details

Series No
Product Code 814372
ISBN 9780764814372
Digital ISBN No
Publish Date Feb 1, 2006
Pages 24
Size No
Weight 0.0220
Illustrator No
Case Quantity (Print) No
Product Type Pamphlet (Not Returnable)

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