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Comfort for Those Who Mourn
1784 Lacrosse Ave.
Grief has been described as a wound that takes a very long time to heal. For some the wound seems never to heal. It is only by accepting the reality of the loss, experiencing the pain of grief and adjusting to a new environment that healing is possible. No one can take away the pain and sadness a person feels after the death of a loved one. While no two people grieve the same way, sharing with others who have also experienced a loss often brings comfort and peace.
Allow us to share your difficult journey. Find comfort and peace at The Well. Through prayer, music, and sharing your story, we will explore the milestones of grieving and how to move forward in a life where a loved one is no longer physically present. The old normal may be gone forever but the new normal has the potential of offering peace and happiness. Your loved one would want you to be happy again.
This program is offered as a series of six classes. We ask that you plan to attend all six classes in order to reap the greatest benefits. Cost: Free will donation.
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
About the facilitator: Ann Karner specializes in journeying with others to help lighten their burdens. Her ministry background includes years of parish pastoral care with a special focus on the elderly, grief, and caregiving. On a personal level, she has experienced the deaths of several significant people in her life and has cared for various family members during serious illnesses and end of life situations.
Ann was the Director and primary instructor for the Pastoral Care Certificate Program offered through Loyola Marymount University's Extension Program and taught Pastoral Care of the Sick portion of Diaconate Formation for the Diocese of Las Vegas. She has an M.A. in Religious Studies and an M.A. in Gerontology. She feels privileged to share in this deeply personal journey of others.