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269 ViewsWriting for Healing Workshop with Maureen Ryan
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225 ViewsThe power of Presence: God with us
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End of Life Seminar

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The Dublin & Glendalough Diocesan Committee has organised a seminar on End of Life for those serving in parochial ministry. From the brochure:

 During his Presidential address at the Diocesan Synod in October Archbishop Michael outlined some areas that he would like to highlight in the years ahead. One of these was our response to those who are approaching the end of life. This seminar has been organized in order to give those serving in the Parochial Ministry some pointers to deal with this very sensitive issue. It is our hope that you will leave here better equipped to minister sensitively to the dying and their families. To die with dignity must be a great blessing. By understanding our own attitudes better, we are empowered to help others at this very sensitive time in their lives.

The seminar will take place on Thursday, 18th April 2013 from 9.30am to 3.30pm. To request further details or register attendance, please contact the Rev Mark Wilson before 22nd March by emailing stnicholas[at]eircom[dot]com.



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