Looking Forward to the End

End of Earthly LifeOpen and frank consideration of the end of our earthly life is considered morbid by our secular culture.  It is not so.  Adults are invited to participate in an introductory overview of some basic medical and ethical considerations that confront those approaching the end.  While this general discussion will not provide specific advice, there will be a q and a opportunity.  Sunday, July 27, 9:45am - 10:45am, Ss. Peter and Paul room.

A terminal diagnosis can be shocking.  The subsequent whirlwind of medical interventions, difficult side effects and symptoms, emotional stressors and anxiety create very poor conditions for dealing with important questions related to end of life care.  This does not have to be the case.  

Presented by a Catholic registered nurse with 10 years experience in hospice care. 

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