DiscoverPractical CatholicS2 EP-08: Finding meaning in COVID Deaths (November 5, 2020)
S2 EP-08:  Finding meaning in COVID Deaths (November 5, 2020)

S2 EP-08: Finding meaning in COVID Deaths (November 5, 2020)

Update: 2020-11-09
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COVID has currently killed over 231,000 people in the US and 1.2 million people world wide. That is a large number of deaths. Why would God allow this virus to kill people? Is there even a God who cares? We can always question God and his wisdom especially when great tragedy occurs such as a pandemic or natural disaster or even personal tragedies like cancer or heart failure that leads to death. Death is tragic, and we have to wonder why God allows it. Why does God allow almost 900,000 babies to die every year. There must be some great good in death that we are missing. What is it?

Hello, everyone. Today's episode is about death. There so many questions, fears and hopes about death. Why is there death? What is the meaning of death? What is it to die? How many of us block out the idea of death until a tragedy occurs or death in a family member? And yet even when we block it out, we flirt with death by watching war movies or horror movies, or even dramas like CSI, NCIS or other shows that talk about autopsy. We have plenty of memorials to understand people have died before us, and yet do we think about our own death, which is inevitable. The moment we are born, the clock starts ticking on death. Not theoretical, but practical; real life Catholic advice from Practical Catholic. 05-Nov-2020
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S2 EP-08:  Finding meaning in COVID Deaths (November 5, 2020)

S2 EP-08: Finding meaning in COVID Deaths (November 5, 2020)

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