Just as fine wine grows stronger with age, grandparents and other elderly Catholics have the strength to leave us a noble inheritance.
Today's culture tends to discard the elderly because they are a bother. But, the elderly are those who transmit history to us, who transmit doctrine, who transmit the faith and give it to us as an inheritance.
Often old age isn’t pretty, right? There is sickness and all that, but the wisdom our grandparents have is something we must welcome as an inheritance.
A society or community that does not value, respect and care for its elderly members doesn’t have a future because it has no memory, it’s lost its memory.
Pope Francis (11-19-2013)
Alice Barker was a chorus line dancer during the Harlem Renaissance of the 1930s. But, she never saw herself performing until...
To think the caregivers didn't believe Alice's stories!
Meanwhile: The intergenerational theft continues: