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A Spirituality of Aging (Aging into Wholeness #2)


Marist Brother Don Bisson, F.M.S., D.Min., will discuss later-life aging. Not only about loss, it can be the last great adventure which God has prepared for us!

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We often emphasize later-life aging as a period of diminishment and loss, which is true. Yet aging is equally a ripening of spirit, a birthing of spiritual freedom and the final stages of maturity. Aging can be the last great adventure which God has prepared us! In this second part of our five-part series, Marist Brother Don Bisson, F.M.S., D.Min., illustrates this great potential.

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About the Presenter

Brother Don Bisson, FMS D. Min. has graduate degrees in liturgy, spirituality, and transpersonal psychology, and earned his Doctor of Ministry at the Pacific School of Religion specializing in Spiritual Direction and Jungian Psychology. With more than 100 live audio recordings available, Brother Bisson is internationally recognized for his lectures, workshops, and retreats on the interrelationship of Christian spirituality and Jungian psychology.

Learning Outcomes

      1. Understanding growth in the context of later-life aging
      2. Recognizing signs of growing maturity in old age
      3. Celebrating life fully in its latter stages

Reflection Questions

      1. Can you consider examples of how your understanding of aging has been influenced by contemporary culture? Have these influences been helpful, or not?
      2. What areas of growth are ripe at this moment for you to recognize? Can you describe them?
      3. What new insights can you apply to your life at this moment?

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