Lord Bless Elder Litano's family at this time.He died while
doing the Lord's Work. Lord Bless him in the Spirit World.With the Family's Faith, I'm sure they will all be Re-united
in the Next Phase of Life....
What a sweet tribute from his sister, I have no doubt that these young
missionaries that have been called home to their Father in Heaven so soon are
greatly needed on the other side of the veil. Their work is going forward on a
much greater pace then here on the earth. They are the choice ones and their
families are so special to have such faith in a time of sorrow.
My deepest condolences to the Litano family. May our kind and gracious Heavenly
Father bless you with comfort and peace in knowing that Elder Litano lives on,
and is continuing his mission in the service of our Beloved Savior on the other
side of the veil while you continue your work here.Much love to you.
So very sorry for the loss of your beloved brother and son. Our family extends
our expression of love to you all. Thank-you for your sacrifice and willingness
to allow your loved one to serve. We rejoice with you in our knowledge of the
great Plan of Happiness. May your wonderful memories of Elder Litano and his
life warm your souls and bless your lives because of his great example.
So hard to understand how you could lose a loved one serving the Lord. But that
is the point, wherever he is, here or there, he is in the service of his
God. What a comfort to have this understanding and promise through the
covenants he has made. And the loss here can only be understood if we were
to view the joy of those whose opportunity to be taught the gospel has now
become possible. God bless this family to gain this understanding and the
ability to find joy in this moment of life experience.
Sister Cecilia Litano...“this generation is not only accelerating the work
here on Earth, but also in the world of spirits.”Sister, as
soon as I read the first several paragraphs I had the same thought as your above
tribute to your beautiful brother and others that seem to be needed elsewhere.
My prayer is that your family and other loved ones will be
strengthened and comforted in the knowledge that they are indeed "chosen
Our prayers with the Litano family.
The elder was serving in one of the choice cities for missionary work in South
America. His dedication and that of his family is, at once, common and
remarkable. The Peruvians are remarkable in their spirit and their devotion,
making sacrifices seem ordinary. May the Lord bless Elder Litano's family
as we contemplate his missions, the one he has finished and the one he has
May the Lord bless and comfort his dear family and fellow missionaries and
friends. What an inspiration he has been in his short life!