Lebec, Leah Koncelik
June 2000
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jun/Jul2000, Issue 104, p40
Focuses on a mother's reflections on the death of her seven-month stillborn baby boy. Bleeding incident; Absence of the baby's heartbeat; Vulnerability of the baby; Importance of the rituals of death; Dim reflection of God's love for everyone.


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