Category: Spiritual Wellness
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.
We spend all year anticipating the holiday season - and yet, when it finally arrives, sometimes there’s a feeling that it’s all going by too quickly. In the whirlwind of shopping, gift-giving, and social engagements, you may be left asking yourself, Where’s the meaning?
It’s the time of year when our hearts and homes are often fullest. As you move throughout the season, you probably ask yourself, What am I most grateful for?
We asked several of our residents the same question. Get inspired by their answers and consider what you’re most thankful for this season.
There are many options to consider as you compare retirement communities - like what services and care they provide and what kind of housing is available.
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.
Are you looking for ways to make the most of your Christmas season this year? Join us for our Christmas Challenge! We’ve laid out an activity for each week of December to help you keep the true meaning of Christmas at the forefront of your celebrations this year.
“How marvelous it would be if, at the end of the day, each of us could say: today I have performed an act of charity towards others!”
The Esquiline is located on the campus of The National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows, a Catholic shrine that attracts a multitude of visitors of all faiths from across the nation.
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?