End of Life Perspectives Workshop to take place April 17

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Press release from the Allen County Right to Life group:

End of Life Perspectives Workshop to Take Place April 17

The Allen County Right to Life, Three Rivers Educational Trust Fund and Fort Wayne Lutherans for Life are proud to present “End of Life Perspectives” on Saturday, April 17 from 8 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. in the Kachmann Auditorium, located at 7950 W. Jefferson Blvd. in Fort Wayne.

This informative, Christian-based half-day workshop will focus on ways to enhance the quality of care given at the end of life. Discussion will include palliative care, ministering to the dying, hospice care, human organ donation and grief issues. The workshop will feature Rev. Lewis Stier of St. Paul-Gar Creek; Rev. David Misner, Director of A Hope Center; Karen Kosberg, Parkview Hospital Hospice Care Consultant; Melissa Skalicky, Indiana Organ Procurement Agency Coordinator; and Fred Everett, Co-director of the Fort Wayne – South Bend Diocese Office of Family Life.

This unique training is available for the low rate of $5 due to the generosity of The Lutheran Foundation. Registration is required. To register, please call (260) 471-1849.


About Allen County Right to Life
The members of Allen County Right to Life are dedicated to organizing, educating and representing pro-life issues in Allen County. As the largest pro-life advocacy group in Northern Indiana, we are united to affirm that abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia are negative, violent and primitive responses to complex social problems that demand genuine compassion and rational, responsible thinking. Furthermore, we denounce fetal stem-cell research and human cloning because they involve the willful destruction of human life. We reject the notion that society may destroy innocent life to solve any problem. website

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