Threshold Network members at Women and Spirituality Conference

Living Consciously, Dying Gracefully: Affordable, Ecological, Sacred Transitions

The personal story of Diane Manahan’s final journey as told in Living Consciously, Dying Gracefully, A Journey with Cancer and Beyond. Other stories about end-of-life choices possible for you and your loved ones. Environmental, economic, and emotional benefits of home funerals and green burials, as well as the legal parameters in Minnesota.

The program includes video clips and Q&A

 Part of the

MSU Women and Spirituality Conference

Saturday, October 12

4:00-5:30, 202 Student Union

PRESENTERS: Carolyn Laine, M.A., a Minnesota State Representative who authored the 2010 Family Rights After Death legislation that re-established the right to have a home vigil without embalming and with friends and children present.

Nancy Manahan, Ph.D., a retired community college English teacher whose books include the award-winning memoir Living Consciously, Dying Gracefully: A Journey with Cancer and Beyond and the international best-seller Lesbian Nuns: Breaking Silence.

More information on the conference at the MNSU website.

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