This is so very strange... I am Catholic. I lost my Mom to lung cancer in Feb of 2006 and my Dad to diabetes in May of 2007. My Dad freaked out when my Mom died and refused to have calling hours or a funeral. Last week, I FINALLY got to have a Memorial Mass. This week, I keep thinking about Heaven and wondering if people really make it there. I am questioning what I know about the Bible. I am asking myself, Did my parents believe in God? Did they ask His forgiveness knowing they were dying so they would go to Heaven? Am I going crazy for thinking these things??? Is it just part of my grief process that I should question this? Or am I just a strange person that needs to just let this stuff go or maybe consult my priest?????
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