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Whole Person Care Workshop

Creating an environment where the ill and dying feel loved, worthy and cared for is the effort of a new initiative jointly developed by the Catholic Bishops of California and the state’s Catholic health care systems–and it’s the subject of an important workshop on Sept. 8.

Bishop John Dolan, Liz Sumner (Program Director for the WPCI), and Noreen McInnes (Diocesan Director for Liturgy) will cover topics of Catholic teachings on ethics and end of life care, pastoral care for the sick and dying, hospice, and palliative care.

The workshop is for any ministry that interfaces with people who may be seriously ill and need caregiver support: extraordinary ministers of communion, bereavement, respect life, Legion of Mary, homebound visitors, catechists, adult faith formation, Knights of Columbus, and all who serve the homebound, the hospitalized, and those in convalescence.

Please join us:

Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018
9:30 am-Noon
St. Michael Parish (15546 Pomerado Rd., Poway 92164)

Lunch is included at no charge.

Please register by September 6th to mvalencia@sdcatholic.org.  Let us know if you will need simultaneous Spanish translation.

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Únase el Obispo John Dolan, Liz Summer (Directora del Preograma del Cuidado Integral de la Persona) y Noreen McInnes (Directora de la Oficina Diocesana de Liturgia) para aprender lo que enseña la Iglesia Catolica sobre la ética de terminar con la vida y el cuidado paleolítico, terminal y pastoral que necesita el enfermo.

Este taller es para los ministerios que sirven a las personas que están gravemente enfermas y que necesitan apoyo: ministros extraordinarios de comunión, ministerio de duelo, respeto por la via, Legionarios de María, Caballeros de Colón y todos los que sirven a los enfermos hospitalizados y convalencientes.

Las personas de nuestras comunidades, congregaciones y hospitales son amadas, queridas, y dignas. Las apoyamos en la salud y en la enfermedad hasta el final de su existencia.

Inscríbase antes del 6 de septiempre en mvalencia@sdcatholic.org, Avisenos si necesita interpretación simultanea en español.

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