Anyways, I watched my friends mom take a step back in her life, reflect on God - the Scriptures, and truly hand over whatever time He was going to give her here on earth to Him and His Son Christ. I also saw her suffer. It was hard, but she did it so gracefully; hardly ever complained, looked on the positive side, gave it all to God.
Mrs. Wright died January 2007, and at that moment I started to think about All Saints Day. See All Saints Day is a day in the Church where we celebrate all those who are in Heaven, those that have been named, and those that have not. (A saint is someone who is in Heaven at this moment). See God sometimes gives us trials in our lives, sufferings, that if taken with Grace (as much as possible) and offered to Him then sometimes I truly believe that has become some people's purgatory(time of purification from our sins so we can enter into Heaven pure) right here on earth. So on this Feast Day I think and pray for this large group of Men, women, and children who have suffered so much on earth with Cancer and how they are our "Un-named" Saints.
St. Judy pray for us!