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Please join us Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. PST and 7:00 p.m. EST for a live show with host Denise Messenger.  Our two special guests are Catherine A. Weissenberg and Jocelyn Montanaro.  They will be discussing their book, "Beyond Ever After: A Heart-to-Heart Journey Through Death and the Afterlife." Through this powerful story about love, spiritual beliefs, and human attachments, Beyond Ever After shines a light on unseen realms of mystery, spirit, and our connection to an infinite Source. The book takes us on a journey that transforms how we perceive life and death, and we discover that even our wildest imaginations barely begin to penetrate the infinite possibilities of consciousness and the afterlife. Readers are encouraged to trust in their intuitions, spiritual connections, and supernatural experiences. Catherine A. Weissenberg and Jocelyn Montanaro offer an all-encompassing message of hope, connection and love. Catherine shares her psychic gift, allowing Jocelyn to communicate with her husband Kevin, who is dying of brain cancer, both while he is in a coma and after his death. Jocelyn, previously a skeptic, chronicles the struggle of losing Kevin, while Catherine provides her spiritual perspective and insight from 30 years of facilitating conversations with comatose patients, the deceased and God. Not a channel or medium, Catherine describes her work as "dipping into an always-available stream of consciousness" and writing down what she finds there. Through several sessions between Catherine, Jocelyn and Kevin, Catherine's "God Writings" are testimony to the authentic, divine connection that can expand our view of the soul and spirit, as well as reality. You asked for it and we deliver.



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