Gregory Floyd's journey through grief after the tragic death of his youngest son recounts the full impact of such a loss on a Catholic family. In this expanded edition, he allows the reader into this heart as he grapples with emotions that question the goodness of God in the midst of unbearable grief. He also answers the question: What is it like to live with such grief ten, fifteen years later?
Gregory Floyd reveals his heart-breaking journey through the sorrow of losing his youngest son. He deals not only with his own broken heart, but also with the struggle to reconstruct his role as husband, father, and protector. A Grief Unveiled offers encouragement not only to those who have experienced the agony of losing a child, but also to anyone who has suffered a loss. This book is a witness to the intimate presence of God in the midst of unbearable grief.
Gregory Floyd holds a BA in Religious Studies from Brown University, and an MA in Systematic Theology from Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology at Seton Hall University. He has served as a missionary in England and Ireland, and is currently the senior coordinator of the People of Hope, a Catholic covenant community in New Jersey. Mr. Floyd is the President of the Tri-County Scholarship Fund, an organization that raises money for scholarships for inner-city children. The Floyds and their younger children live in Warren, New Jersey.