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?
Category: Spiritual Wellness
This weekend is Palm Sunday weekend. It’s the final Sunday of Lent and the start of Holy Week for Christians across the world.
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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.
This Lent, Catholics are being encouraged to rediscover the act of confession while members of other faiths are taking a closer look at the topic of forgiveness. Why is this?
This year, Lent and Easter dates are a bit more notable than usual. Ash Wednesday falls on Valentine’s Day and Easter falls on April Fool’s Day. Not quite the holiday pairings you would expect, are they?
When we’re young, the concept of spirituality and religion can be very simple and easy to grasp. But as we grow older, we’re faced with more complicated questions and have to invest more time reflecting on our developing faith.
Have you ever wondered where priests and preachers get their short, funny sermon anecdotes from? How do they find the right one to match the readings of that day? Is there a warehouse somewhere that stocks them?
As caregivers, we’re often all asking similar questions despite the unique nature of our individual situations. Am I doing right by my parent? Am I providing the best possible care? How can I be a better caregiver?
As we move farther into the holiday season, many people start to wonder — what’s the true purpose of Christmas?
As children, that was an easy question to answer. The purpose of Christmas was to stay home from school, see all your relatives, and, of course, get presents. But as adults, it can be a little trickier to figure out. You start to ask yourself — what is the real meaning of Christmas?