Join Us for a Virtual Conversation with

L. S. Dugdale, MD,

author of The Lost Art of Dying

Wednesday, May 26, 7:30 – 8:30 pm EST

L.S. Dugdale, MD, MAR, is director of the Center for Clinical Medical Ethics and associate professor of medicine at Columbia University. Prior to 2019, she was associate director of the Program for Biomedical Ethics at Yale University. She is an internal medicine primary-care doctor. She lives with her husband and daughters in New York City.

Check out our schedule of readings and weekly discussion posts for our group reading of The Lost Art of Dying

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Health Care Holy Hours

Prayer for the Sick and Those who Care for Them

On Thursday, May 6, we will invoke Saint Peregrine, the patron of those with cancer and other serious illnesses. He turned to God in prayer the night before his own scheduled amputation of his cancerous foot. The following morning, his faith was rewarded with miraculous healing. We will ask for his assistance for those suffering from cancer at this Holy Hour.

On May 13, we will celebrate Ascension Thursday which commemorates the Ascension of Jesus Christ into heaven. At this Holy Hour, we will pray for eternal life for the faithful departed.

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May
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5:45 pm Health Care Holy Hour @ Church of Saint Catherine of Siena
Health Care Holy Hour @ Church of Saint Catherine of Siena
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May
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5:45 pm Health Care Holy Hour @ Church of Saint Catherine of Siena
Health Care Holy Hour @ Church of Saint Catherine of Siena
May 13 @ 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm
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