Basing herself on her own experience of running a hospice for the terminally ill, Dr Lavina explains, with touching true stories and evident expertise, palliative care and what it can do for a person when
Crystal and Kevin share their memories of how palliative care made a huge difference to two persons they loved dearly: Crystal’s aged mother after her stroke and a close friend struck by advanced breast cancer.
Nowadays we find “Mission Statements” everywhere—on the walls of schools and universities, in hotel rooms, in hospital brochures. The reason is rather simple: A group works with greater enthusiasm and unity if all are clear
Fr Rappai invites us to move from just “reciting prayers” to a deeper link between work done with love and prayers coming from a grateful heart. Besides the morning prayers and Eucharist, most Religious communities
What could be the best compliment paid to a woman religious? Prayerful? Obedient? Hard-working? These qualities are certainly important. However, one of the best tributes I’ve ever heard about a Sister was: “She was a
Causes and Remedies The article on Burnout in the last issue of MAGNET (February 2019) described what Burnout is, the major themes in, manifestations of, and some of the factors that lead to Burnout. In
Here is the challenging story of a man who left his privileged background and a career, opened his home to mentally challenged people, and set up 147 healing homes of love in thirty-seven countries, including
20 March 2019: International Day of Happiness A meaningful special day founded by a homeless orphan who became a philanthropist. It was founded in 2011 by Jayme Illien, philanthropist, activist, statesman, and prominent United Nations