The words “I’m sorry for your loss” are typically said to those who experience the loss of a loved one. It certainly is a sign of compassion expressed during a troubling time. But, what does it mean?
|TAYLORVILLE — Mrs. Cathy Schaeffer’s 6th grade class at St. Mary’s School are pictured in the row 1 from left: Landon Bowsher, Ella Hohenstein, Jacob Adams, Brogan Anderson; Row 2: Rye Bliler, Jhude Walker, Hayden Molohon, Caleb Adcock, Payton Schriver; Row 3: Jacob Kellerman, Kingsley Heinemann, Noah Clark, Angelina Ippolito, Ross Brown; Row 4. Ella Reiss, Lily Chance, Madelyn Branum, Josie Heberling, Owen Busboom, Will Curtin, Miles Burdzilauskas; Not pictured: Olivia Mizeur and Owen Mateer.|
St. Mary Sixth grade students in Mrs. Cathy Schaeffer’s class are learning just what it means through an exercise they practice when someone from their parish passes away.
Saturday, February 15, 2020