Following the way of the cross
Holy week begins with palms, procession and blessing of new South County landmark
Faithful stewardship at the heart of strong parishes
A time for renewal
Families to share joy of receiving sacraments together
Around the Diocese 04.17.14

Villa at Saint Antoine offers Alzheimer’s disease presentations

NORTH SMITHFIELD — For individuals concerned with risk factors associated with Alzheimer’s disease and what signs to look for, the Villa at Saint Antoine, 400 Mendon Road, is offering two “Lunch and Learn” presentations that are free and open to the public. Doreen Putnam, Alzheimer’s Dementia Specialist from DC Putnam Consulting, will be presenting, “10 Signs to Look for as Identified by the Alzheimer’s Association,” on Thursday, April 24, and “Risk Factors for Alzheimer’s Disease” on Thursday, May 29. Both presentations begin at 11:30 a.m., and will feature a light lunch. Seating is limited. The public must pre-register by calling 767-2574.

The church’s most sacred time of the …
In the Jewish religion, the concept of “memory” is much different than our everyday use of the word. For the Jewish people, particularly in their annual celebration of Passover, memory is not a simple recalling of the events that led to their liberation from slavery; memory means that the event is “made present again.”
Fiery disrespect for the unborn
The church boldly and ceaselessly proclaims the dignity of every human life from conception to natural death, and she must continue to proclaim this truth, particularly to those who view human life as expendable and to those who treat human life as a means to an end.
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