Lent is a time of spiritual renewal and reflection. It’s a time to take stock of both our faith and our lives, and to take a deeper look at things we might otherwise overlook or take for granted.
Category: Intellectual Wellness
Fall is a beautiful season that’s perfect for reflection and cozying up inside. And what better way to accomplish both of those things than by reading a great book?
For the sixth year in a row, The Esquiline has claimed the Belleville News-Democrat’s Reader’s Choice designation of Best Retirement Community in the Metro-East for 2018.
The Esquiline, a Life Plan Community at the Shrine, recently unveiled plans for a campus-refresh and is now accepting Redevelopment resident applications.
“Gardens are not made by singing ‘Oh, how beautiful,’ and sitting in the shade.”
Carol B., a resident at The Esquiline, doesn’t need to think long before she has an answer for that question.
As all book lovers know, reading can open your eyes to new worlds and ideas. It can represent anything from an enjoyable way to pass a rainy afternoon to a life-changing revelation. But did you know that scientifically speaking, reading is also good for you?
Read on to discover why reading is good for your health — and a few fun facts about your favorite authors.
A lot of people in their 70s who are considering moving to a Life Plan Community have one pressing question: when’s the right time to move to independent living?
Well, it’s official. You’ve decided to move to a retirement community and are now looking to sell your house. But how do you maximize the selling price?
Prayer doesn’t work like a punch card. All your wishes and dreams aren’t automatically answered after you pray for them ten times. That’s something we all learn early on as we develop our spirituality as adults.