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December 23, 2014

An Ode to Joy, Stress, Coping and a Happy-ish Holiday Season to All

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Read time: 3 minutes The holidays are a time of joy, giving, memories, family squabbles, overeating, over-imbibing, and for some, even sadness and depression. Which is why, in addition to helpful tips on hosting the most amazing holiday party ever (ev-er), the Internets are filled with tips on managing stress, staying centered, repairing relationships, and […]

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Tags: Angela Lunde, Dr. Amit Sood, Dr. Edward Creagan, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Holidays, Sheryl Ness, stress


December 16, 2014

Deck the Halls … and Lobbies

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Read time: 2 minutes, 30 seconds It’s beginning to look at lot like the holiday season is upon us. Once again, the Plummer Building in Rochester has that Christmas tree sort of glow, the continuation of a holiday tradition. There are Love Lights at Mayo Clinic Health System sites in Northwest Wisconsin, as community members […]

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Tags: History, Holidays, Saint Marys Hospital, Sisters of Saint Francis


December 10, 2013

Blessed with holiday traditions

By In the Loop In the Loop

There are holiday traditions, and then there are holiday traditions. One of them — a longstanding practice with a new flair — may have caught your attention if you found yourself out front of the Francis Building at Saint Marys earlier this afternoon. A new nativity scene was installed today near the main entrance on […]

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Tags: Auxiliary, Bishop John Quinn, Christine Hindt, Holidays, Saint Marys Hospital, Sister Lauren Weinandt, Sister Tierney Trueman, Sisters of St. Francis


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