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Noted author to present program on death, dying

by jmaloni
Mon, Jun 24th 2013 07:00 am

A program titled "An Evening of Inspiration ... What happens to us when we die ... ?," featuring author Michael H. Brown, will be offered on Wednesday, July 31, from 6 to 10 p.m. at the St. Vincent de Paul Parish Center, 2748 Military Road, Niagara Falls.

"Join us for an evening that is sure to have you leaving feeling a new sense of hope, peace and understanding of what happens to us or our loved ones, when we die," said presenter Jeannine Brown Miller, whose son Jonathan was a victim in a tragic fatal automobile accident in November 2009 while in his senior year at Lewiston-Porter High School.

She reports the program will have its focus on the following questions: Did you ever really wonder where we go when we die? What happens when we die? What is the passage like? How do we best prepare? Do we really see loved ones again? Angels? God?

"Are you seeking peace and contentment in the midst of your grief? If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, consider coming to this event!" Brown-Miller said.

Brown, a former investigative reporter, is the author of more than 20 books. He has appeared on numerous TV and radio shows, and contributed to publications from Reader's Digest, to the Atlantic Monthly. He is the author of some Catholic best sellers "The Final Hour", "After Life," "The Other Side" & "Spirits Among Us."

Brown resides in Palm Coast, Fla., and serves as director of the Catholic news website, Spirit Daily.com His programs focus on what heaven, hell and purgatory might be like. How are we judged? How do we prepare?

Attendees will be able to have these questions and more answered by Brown.

"We are beyond grateful to have been able to bring to you a well credentialed, well respected speaker and author who has graciously donated his time to contribute to this event to remember Jonathan in a way that he would want and that is to find peace, to heal, to be hopeful and happy despite the struggles in life," said Brown-Miller.

Registration for the program is $15 per person, with a portion of the donation going to the Jonathan "J-Mill" Miller Giving Fund. For more information or to register, visit www.j-mill.org/home/an-evening-of-inspiration/.

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