We are all going to die. Perhaps not by the current Chinese coronavirus, but soon enough by one cause or another.

For the faithful, this raises concerns about the welfare of our loved ones and even for the roles we filled. For ourselves, we ponder the "mechanics" of our death but not the result. Our Christian hope has answered those questions for us, but in God's plan our pilgrimage has not yet ended. We have more work to do.

Sean Fitzpatrick writes generally on this topic in his piece at Crisis Magazine:

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