Death, the final experience every one of us will have on earth, is a reality. Jesus shows us that at death, however, life is changed, not ended. In his suffering, death and resurrection, Jesus revealed that death no longer has the last word. In Christ, we have sure and certain hope of our own bodily resurrection. Still, questions and concerns about death may be unsettling, intimidating, and even avoided.
Who will speak for me if I cannot speak for myself?
How can I make sure the decisions made about my health care are morally right? These are questions being asked with increasing frequency.
To assist Catholics of the state who wish to have an advanced directive, the Minnesota Catholic Conference, composed of the Catholic Bishops of Minnesota, has prepared a Catholic health directive that meets the state’s legal requirements and reflects the Church’s teaching and recommendations of Church, health care and community leaders.
To get a copy of this Catholic health care directive and to learn more about completing your own directive join us on Tuesday, October 23, 2018-6:30-8pm.
The Church of St Joseph
13900 Biscayne Ave. W.
Rosemount, MN 55068
Light refreshments will be served.
Suggested donation $10