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- Your presence has meant so much to me / our family.
- Your support has really made a difference in this difficult time.
- Thanks for the hugs and the nice words of support.
- Your attention / kindness / support means more than words can express.
- I will always remember your kindness.
- You are a true friend.
While it is always advisable to include a flower arrangement, gift basket, or loose card with a thank you card, it is considered optional to receive a condolence card.
- rest calmly (fear, doubt, suspicion, anger, etc.).
- a quick and sudden ■■■■■■.
- moving or moving forward, especially towards or from something.
- We apologize for your loss. (NAME), she was such a wonderful person, (HER / SHE) will be remembered forever.
- I was deeply saddened by the news from (NAME). My condolences to you and your family.
- We were colleagues from (NAME). Words cannot express our sadness.
- See examples of condolences.
It is not necessary to send a formal thank you letter to anyone who attended the funeral / visit or who sent you a condolence card. Instead, a thank you or appreciation should be sent to anyone who has done something extra, including: those who have sent or brought flowers.
Here are some examples of key phrases for a thank you card in response to cash donations:
A simple thank you
For example, you are such a kind and caring friend who sends me these flowers. Thanks again! or I really appreciate your attention. Thanks again for the flowers!
two or three weeks
Sadness Thank You Priest
Although proper etiquette dictates that condolence cards should ideally be sent within two weeks of ■■■■■, it is never too late to send someone a condolence card or letter expressing your sincere condolences for the loss. There could be many reasons for sending condolence cards late.
I am very sorry for your loss. I want to offer our condolences to you and your family and may your grandfather’s soul rest in peace. Our condolences to you and your family on the ■■■■■ of your aunt. May our friendship and prayers guide you through this difficult time.
In the Catholic Church, a mass grant is a donation made by a layman to a priest to pray a mass. Despite the name, it is not considered a payment (Latin: scholarship) as a gift or voluntary offer (Latin: points).
When you’re not sure if a family is rich enough to pay for a funeral, donating money on a condolence note is a thoughtful gesture. You can put a little note in the card that says the money is for everything you need in this difficult time.
Definition of commemorative mass. : A Roman Catholic requiem mass held on certain days of the year to rest the soul of a deceased.
If you are writing the card to a friend, you can send it to your friend and spouse, or to your friend and family, as in: John and Mary Smith or Mary Smith and their family. When you send a condolence card to a colleague, say: Ralph Jones and his family.
Sympathy messages and condolence quotes