Grief & Loss
Grief and Loss Prayers
Grant Us Your Peace
O Lord, my God,
grant us your peace; already, indeed, you have made us rich in all things!
Give us that peace of being at rest,
that sabbath peace,
the peace which knows no end.
- St. Augustine
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