The Miscarriage Association of Ireland Annual Service of Remembrance will take place on Sunday 10th November 2019 at 3 p.m. in our church. All parents, siblings, grandparents & anyone else affected by the loss of a baby are very welcome to attend, regardless of whether the loss was recent or long ago. It’s a time to come together and remember our loved ones. The Archbishop of Dublin, Most Reverend Diarmuid Martin, will be present at this service.
This service is a very special occasion for all who have lost babies and gives them the opportunity to share their experience with others who have also suffered the loss of a child.
It is a time to remember and if possible come to terms with personal loss. It is also a time to recognise that for a time, however short, parents had the privilege of sharing a relationship with their child. This little life had a meaning and it is necessary for parents to give attention to this existence. Parents may not always understand the “why” but for those who have been able to move on, their lives have been enriched by this painful but hugely significant time of their life.
The Miscarriage Association of Ireland extend a very warm welcome to all. Refreshments will be available afterwards in the church to give people the opportunity to have a chat with others attending the service. Their Book of Remembrance will also be available on the day if you wish to make an entry. They hope to see you there.
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