Navigating the senior housing and care industry can be challenging and overwhelming, especially if it is your first time exploring the options.
Archive for Category: "From Age to Age"
As Ash Wednesday approached, I was thinking that this was going to be a Lent like most others. And then came the news on Feb. 11.
The irony of becoming older is that as we grow in wisdom, we hopefully become wise enough to know that we certainly don’t know everything.
The senior living industry can be confusing. What’s the difference between long-term care and assisted living? Does my loved one need memory care?
The University of St. Thomas Selim Center for Learning in Later Years in St. Paul has announced its winter and spring schedule of educational programs and short courses that are tailored for those 50 and older.
From a Lutefisk-themed Christmas carol to Puccini’s “Ave Maria,” the Minneapolis Area Knights of Columbus Male Chorus has been sharing the joy of music with audiences for 55 years.
In his encyclical letter, “Deus Caritas Est” (“God Is Love”), Pope Benedict XVI makes an important connection between the sacrificial love God has revealed in Jesus Christ and how the charitable activity of the Church manifests God’s love and is essential to the life of the Church.
Spirit and Sport program helps youth build skill and connect with older generation.
As the coming “age wave” gains momentum, Catholic Senior Services is taking on a new role in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis to help area Catholic seniors and their families navigate their way through the health care tsunami.
St. Joseph of Carondelet Sister Mary Lamski began her recent conversation with four students at the Academy of Holy Angels in Richfield in this way: “Ask me any question.”
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Sister Mary Mark Mahoney grew up on a farm in Minnesota, taught grade school for 35 years, and helped start a house of prayer in Stillwater. But it wasn’t until the Sister of St. Joseph of Carondelet retired at the age of 84 that she discovered her greatest passion.