“Residual moral or ethical stress”: panel at chaplains’ gathering addresses spiritual effects of medically-assisted dying on care providers, clinicians

By Joelle Kidd June 18, 2019 via Anglican Journal This is the second story in a two-part series about the national gathering of Anglican health care chaplains. Read the first story here. For chaplains working in the health care field, dealing with death and grief is part of offering care. But what changes when death … Continue reading ““Residual moral or ethical stress”: panel at chaplains’ gathering addresses spiritual effects of medically-assisted dying on care providers, clinicians”

Seniors’ ministry nourishes spiritual well-being in retirement and long-term care

The Rev. Joanne Webster, spiritual care chaplain at the Canterbury Foundation, provides company to resident George Faulder. Submitted photo Seniors’ ministry nourishes spiritual well-being in retirement and long-term care By Matt Gardner on December 13, 2018 Facebook Twitter email Meeting pastoral and spiritual needs of seniors and the elderly can take many forms. It could … Continue reading “Seniors’ ministry nourishes spiritual well-being in retirement and long-term care”