HEMLOCK — Peter Pan once said, “to die would be a great adventure.” Mary Grace attempts to show in her motivational book entitled The Communion of Saints, Talking to God and Grandma that maybe death isn’t the goodbye it is perceived to be but instead a great adventure.
Grace is a Spiritual Counselor and a Parapsychologist, who have over twenty years of experience in the mental health field.
The premise behind The Communion of Saints, Talking to God and Grandma is integrating the science of Parapsychology with Christian Theology, Mysticism, and modern day Spiritualism to eliminate the fear and stigma attached to contacting the departed.
Fifty percent of the proceeds from the selling of this book will go to various non-profit organizations that include but are not limited to:
- The American Cancer Society
- Catholic Charities
- Call to Action
- The Lily Dale Assembly
- The International Association of Near Death Studies
- Spiritus Christi Catholic Church of Rochester
- Chiapas, Mexico Outreach Program of Spiritus Christi
- St. Bonaventure University in Olean, N.Y.
- National Resources Defense Council
The remaining fifty percent of the proceeds goes directly to the Gifts of Grace Ministry to help educate and counsel the church regarding paranormal, supernatural, mystical, and near death experiences.
The Communion of Saints, Talking to God and Grandma is available for purchase in Geneseo at Sundance Books as well as at Touch of Grayce. Also available in Piffard at Abbey of the Genesee, as well as where books are sold in Brockport, Fairport, and Lily Dale.
Grace will be having a book signing at Sundance Books this Saturday, July 13, during the Geneseo Summer Festival from 11a.m. until 3p.m.
For more information about The Communion of Saints, Talking to God and Grandma, please visit, www.giftsofgraceministry.org.