Let your conscience be your guide: 7 steps to making good end-of-life decisions

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Article Ethic of Life Seniors
Making decisions about end-of-life care can feel emotionally and spiritually overwhelming, especially when the decisions are for someone else.

Let your conscience be your guide: 7 steps to making good end-of-life decisions

By Heather Grennan Gary| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Ethic of Life Seniors
Making decisions about end-of-life care can feel emotionally and spiritually overwhelming, especially when the decisions are for someone else.

Deathbed confusion: Struggling with decisions at the end of life

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Article Ethic of Life Seniors
When it comes to caring for the terminally ill, Catholics sometimes struggle to decide when enough is enough.

Deathbed confusion: Struggling with decisions at the end of life

By Heather Grennan Gary| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Ethic of Life Seniors
When it comes to caring for the terminally ill, Catholics sometimes struggle to decide when enough is enough.

Deathbed confusion: Struggling with decisions at the end of life

By Heather Grennan Gary| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Ethic of Life Seniors
When it comes to caring for the terminally ill, Catholics sometimes struggle to decide when enough is enough.

Six spiritual tasks of aging

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Article Seniors

 

1. Letting goThis is the period when we evaluate everything we have come to know about life and look for a dimension above the things of this world, for the sake of what is yet to come. The search means, then, that we strip ourselves of whatever it is we have accrued until this time in order to give ourselves wholly to the birthing of the person within. Into this part of life we travel light.

 


Six spiritual tasks of aging

By Peter Feuerherd| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Seniors

 

1. Letting goThis is the period when we evaluate everything we have come to know about life and look for a dimension above the things of this world, for the sake of what is yet to come. The search means, then, that we strip ourselves of whatever it is we have accrued until this time in order to give ourselves wholly to the birthing of the person within. Into this part of life we travel light.

 


Not even Alzheimer’s can erase God

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Article Seniors
The lines on her face indicate that Sister Miriam is well into her 80s. But she tells a visitor that she is 40.

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