In my mind, this study highlights the importance of the community aspect of our faith. Clergy and other ministers of a parish/church need to reach out personally to the bereaved, especially mothers, and support them through the early stages of grief (1-3 months). Support groups (even if there are three) for parents who have lost a child or a “team” of trained grief volunteers, especially those who have suffered the same kind of loss are needed. As stated in the last part of this study, ineffectiveness of religious practice/ritual has a lot to do with the normal experience of being angry at God and the need for gaining control of the situation (death of a child is a helpless experience). The researchers also state that other studies found religious practice was very helpful and that the results could be due to the small sample size. In any case, the community aspect of our faith is of great importance when a parent loses a child. Since many young people are loosely connected to the parish it behooves members of the parish to reach out to them (with no expectations).