All are invited to attend “The Conversation, a live and socially distanced seminar that provides a Catholic perspective on End-of-Life Issues” on Saturday, Sept. 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church in Ennis. If you’d like to attend this very informative, free seminar hosted by The Catholic Foundation that includes lunch, please complete the registration form on our website by clicking here . Don’t attend alone. Bring your loved ones and friends to hear from the wonderful lineup of guest speakers talking about pastoral care of the sick and dying, legal decision, Catholic bioethics, funeral and cemetery planning and charitable legacy planning. During the seminar, you’ll hear a series of conversations about how advance planning on your part keeps your family from having to make difficult decisions and offers your entire family peace of mind. Pastoral Care of the Sick and Dying Fr. John Dick, Pastor – St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church - Our Faith’s Sacramental Graces for the Journey Legal Considerations: Ensuring Your Wishes are Followed Michael F. Lynch - Malouf Lynch Jackson & Swinson, P.C. - Essential Documents and Why They are Important Principles of Catholic Bioethics Deacon Charles Stump – Catholic Diocese of Dallas - Quality of Life & the Dignity of the Human Person Funeral & Cemetery Planning Chris Taylor – Dignity Memorial - Practical Guidance in Working with Service Providers Charitable Legacy Planning R. Michael George, CFRE – The Catholic Foundation - Connecting with Your Favorite Causes, Now & Later If you have any questions, please contact Amy D’Alise at The Catholic Foundation at 972-331-1645 or email email@example.com .