Join us May 21, as Joan Olson invites us to explore the important topic of spirituality at the end of life. With our aging population, many of us will be companioning people who are facing the end of their lives. Drawing on her experience as a hospice and palliative care chaplain and as a spiritual director, Joan will guide us through important considerations: What issues come up as death approaches? What might we need to pay attention to in our own lives? And what might we learn from those who have walked this path?

The Groundings programs are a collaboration with Sacred Ground, Loyola Spirituality Center and Ignatian Spirituality Center.

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

1:00–3:00 pm

Event Address
Saint Thomas More Catholic Community – Ignatius Hall
1079 Summit Ave, St. Paul, MN 55105


We are happy to be able to offer a live Zoom link to those who are unable to attend this event in person. You will need to request the zoom link when you register.

Registration is helpful, but not required. A $20 suggested donation to help cover costs may be paid at the door or online.

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Joan Olson
Joan Olson retired in 2015 after 12 years as a chaplain working in hospice and palliative care. This was a second career for her, which grew out of her faith questions following the death of her mother in 1987. Joan is also a certified spiritual director and has served as a teacher and supervisor for the spiritual direction formation program at Sacred Ground Center for Spirituality. She is an active member of St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral, serving on the pastoral care team.