Remembering the Departed the Filipino Way
All Saints Day - which is celebrated every 1st of November - is a solemn holy day of the Catholic Church. Generally, it is a holy day of Obligation in which all Catholics are required to attend mass unless there is a significant excuse such as illness.
14 November 2016Read full story
How Music Affects A Grieving Person
How do you feel if, after a very long and stressful day, your favourite song suddenly comes on your playlist? It feels soothing, right? I love music so much that I wouldn’t survive in this world without it. But it’s true: music has such a positive effect on people if used appropriately, especially to those in deep grief.
30 October 2016Read full story
From Death to Life
Death is a natural thing which we will all go through. We may die in different ways but the bottom line is that it is the only true certainty in life. Unfortunately, there is no way to know when our time will come.
20 October 2016Read full story
Coping with the Season of Grief—Autumn
But for some, the beautiful colours of autumn, the apples, and pumpkins, as well as the cold autumn air reminds them that winter is coming, and for others still, autumn is the time they remember the loss of a loved one.
06 October 2016Read full story
Pre-paid Funerals: What's Good About That?
The thought of planning your own funeral may be feel morbid and some people avoid thinking about it – because you don’t want to tempt fate do you? However, many people are now becoming open-minded about it. This is because there are numerous advantages that you may get from having a pre-paid funeral plan.
10 August 2016Read full story