Dec. 1 – End of Life Decisions Workshop – Stewart, MN

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End of Life Issues from a Catholic Perspective Workshop

Workshop:End of Life Issues from a Catholic Perspective

Attend a compassionate and timely Adult Education workshop about End of Life Planning from a Catholic perspective. Speaker John Tetzloff, Advanced Case Specialist for Catholic United Financial,  will address end-of-life questions, and will provide steps for putting together a valid Catholic Health Care Directive. He will also speak about the financial aspects of end of life decisions, including final expenses, estate plans, charitable giving, power of attorney and more.

Snacks and beverages will be provided. Masks are required to attend and social distancing will be observed.

Location: Stewart Parish Hall at St. Boniface Parish in Stewart, MN


Time6 pm

COVID workshop rules
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Workshop Host: Donna Nelson 


Questions about end of life issues will be discussed:

  • Must medical treatment always be continued?
  • Are Catholics allowed to have Living Wills?
  • What is Church teaching about “Death with Dignity”?
  • How do I make my Catholic health care directive?
  • Does the Catholic Church allow cremation?
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