Category Archives for "Catholic Culture"

Jan 10

Loneliness and the elderly

By From the Heart | Catholic Culture

It is not new that many elderly people today are lonely. Loneliness is a social and financial concern for all of us as the elderly population continues to increase. Pope Francis has had the following quote: “At this time of crisis we cannot be concerned solely with ourselves, withdrawing into loneliness, discouragement and a sense […]

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Nov 21

Reading Woman

By From the Heart | Arts & Entertainment

I consider myself a fairly active person with a passion for long peaceful bike rides, involvement in organizations and my church and, as the cooler days came on, many more hours spent reading. In the past month I’ve read somewhere between six to eight books. Some of them were trivial and some had substance to […]

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Oct 13

Spotlight on Faith Community Nursing

By From the Heart | Catholic Culture

Faith Community Nurses have been providing services for over 25 years in collaboration with the St. Cloud Diocese and the St. Cloud Hospital. History of Faith Community Nursing Parish Nursing began in the United States in the 1970s, when Reverend Granger Westberg, a chaplain in a Lutheran Hospital in Illinois, recognized the need to place […]

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