Recognising Easy Tactics Of Vocation

There is a movement underlay to redeem the original meaning of “vocation” as work that calls us to connect our God-given gifts and passions with gods activity in the world. Includes the Catholic encyclopaedia, Church Fathers, Summa, Bible and more — all for only $19.99… Don’t we all long for that kind of clarity? Gregory, EC. Sir Walter Scott, in his edition of Dryden, has given the following account of him and his vocation. This is true of faith itself. A willingness to do God’s will is built on two convictions. Each vocation, if it is lived generously and faithfully, will then involve times of lasting happiness and reward but also suffering and sacrifice.

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Pictured, from left, are: Bonnie Barnes, co-founder of the Daisy Foundation; Sheryl Slonim, Holy Name Medical Center; award winner Caryn Bart, Holy Name Medical Center; Sheryl Ann Syby, Holy Name Medical Center; and Mark Barnes, co-founder of The Daisy Foundation. Recently, Patrick’s parents Mark and Bonnie Barnes visited Holy Name Medical Center to help award this quarter’s recipients at the Medical Center and talk about the vital role of nursing in today’s health care system. Two Pascack Valley residents were among the nurses recognized Joseph Scarano, of Emerson, and Caryn Bart, of River Vale. Photos Courtesy of Holy Name Medical Center Pictured, from left, are: Bonnie Barnes, co-founder of the Daisy Foundation; Sheryl Slonim, Holy Name Medical Center; award winner Caryn Bart, Holy Name Medical Center; Sheryl Ann Syby, Holy Name Medical Center; and Mark Barnes, co-founder of The Daisy Foundation. When Patrick was hospitalized with Idiopathic Thrombocytopenia, an auto-immune disease, his parents experienced the “height of emotions the worst and best of times. We wanted to tell the story of how you impacted us nurses touch their patients and families so profoundly,” Bonnie Barnes told a conference hall full of Holy Name nurses, supervisors and administrators. “You make the world a better place,” Mark Barnes said. To date, Daisy Awards have been given to 65,000 nurses among 2,200 participating health care providers across the country. Each facility awards a varying number of nurses at different intervals during the year. Every recipient receives a certificate proclaiming “Extraordinary Nurse,” a Daisy Award pin, a hand-carved serpentine stone sculpture, and several boxes of cinnamon rolls, based on Patrick’s request that his father bring him some when he otherwise lacked an appetite. careerAt Holy Name, three nurses are recognized every quarter.

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