Thursday, December 01, 2016


My dear mother, Ursula Mary Nash, went to God on November 30th, fortified by the sacraments of the Church and surrounded by the love and care of her family.

Wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was greatly loved.

Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord,
and let perpetual light shine upon her...
May she rest in peace.

There will be no entries on this Blog for the next two weeks.


Mary said...

Deepest condolences to you, Auntie Joanna, on the passing of your dear mother. She must have been a wonderful lady. Praying for the happy repose of her soul.

Stitcher said...

My sincere and deepest condolences. I will pray for your Mother's eternal rest and also that you be comforted during this time.

God Bless You.

Jane said...

Sympathy and prayer for you and your family Joanna. May she rest in peace.

Anonymous said...

Dear Joanna, You are in our thoughts & prayers. We will think of your beloved mother every November 30th (St. Andrew's Day) because that date is also the date we lost our mother, sixteen years ago. We'll remember her, too, when using her recipes from A Yearbook of Seasons and Celebrations.
In deepest sympathy,
Sheila & Nancy Waters
Bronxville NY USA

Catherine said...

Dear Joanna, Our most heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. Praying the peace of Christ that surpasses all understanding surround you all during this time.
Tom & Catherine
Maine USA

Unknown said...

Dear Joanna,
Tony and I send you our heartfelt sympathy and prayers.
Much love, Virginia and Tony McGough

Bernie said...

Dear Joanna,

my deepest condolences and prayers for the repose of your mother's soul, and for you and all your grieving relatives. May she rest in peace.


Nona said...

Very sorry to hear this. She is surly in God's hands

Terry said...

My deepest condolences to you and your family. Grant to her eternal rest, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. Amen.

Manny said...

I'm so sorry to hear. My deepest sympathies Joanna.

Unknown said...

Have lately lost a siter who was like a mother to me.
It take a long morning to lose so close a loved one.
We may have faith to hope or know we will see them again.
That they are ok now, in God's even deeper mercy and grace.
But they are no longer concretely 'here' for us.
To drop in on, to call.
It feels as if a small section of the earth is gone.
So very sorry.
Prayers and masses for you,

Juliana said...

Dear Joanna,

My deepest condolences and prayers for you and your family. You are in my thoughts more than ever, as I have just returned from my mother's funeral in Poland . Having been with her at the our of her death, I'm convinced that those who love God here on earth move on to be with Him and participate in His eternal love.

Love and prayers,
- Juliana