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Terry and Jeannie Lindsay Receive 2017 Saint Luke Award
Terry and Jeannie Lindsay Receive National Award   Charles T. “Terry” and Jeannie Lindsay received the 2017 Saint Luke Award from Saint Luke Institute during a benefit held at the Apostolic Nunciature in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 16.   The Saint Luke Award is given annually to a person or persons whose professional life or charitable works embody the ideals of the Institute: the rebuilding of the spiritual, physical, emotional and intellectual life of ...
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New Aging and Memory Evaluation
Over 47.5 million adults suffer from declines in memory and thinking. While many people may assume cognitive decline in older adults is due to dementia, there are a number of possible causes: psychological, neurological and physical.    A comprehensive evaluation is an important step for diagnosis and determining the appropriate treatment.    Saint Luke Institute's new Aging and Memory Evaluation is a three-week evaluation at our main center in Silver Spring, Maryland. The assessment ...
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Saint Luke Mourns Death of William Mann, Founding Chairman of the Board
It was with great sorrow that we learned of the passing of Mr. William Mann, the founding Chairman of the Board for Saint Luke Institute. He was instrumental in the vision and development of Saint Luke Institute from our first days 40 years ago and he continued, with his wife Anna, to encourage and support our mission.   As with many people, Bill’s interest in psychological treatment began when someone who was ...
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Cultural Identity and International Ministers: Case Study
Lukenotes, Summer 2017 Main article | PDF for download (article + case study) Lukenotes archives Father Charles grew up in a large family in a small town in Nigeria. His parents were not wealthy, but had a deep faith. They took their eight children to Mass every Sunday and often during the week, and prayed the rosary together every evening.   They were very proud of their eldest son when he announced he was becoming a priest. ...
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Cultural Identity and International Ministers
Lukenotes, Summer 2017 Case study | PDF for download (article + case study) Lukenotes archives With over one-third of U.S. parishes identified as multicultural, 25 percent of newly ordained priests born in other nations, and 10,000 international religious ministering or studying in the U.S. (CARA), diversity enriches and challenges pastoral ministry.   Successful ministry in this diverse environment calls for acculturation – adaptation to a new culture through the adoption of values and customs while retaining ...
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