Exempla Healthcare

Exempla Healthcare

Exempla Healthcare

  • Oct 30 at 7:15 PM
    Mayor Joyce Downing presents Jenessa Williams, Chief Nursing Officer, SCL Health Community Hospitals, with the 2017 Community Impact Award.
  • Oct 30 at 7:15 PM
  • Oct 30 at 7:15 PM
  • Oct 2 at 8:52 PM
    Today we pray for the families and friends of the victims of the senseless act in Las Vegas. "Loving God, you are the author and sustainer of our lives. You know the anguish of the sorrowful, you are attentive to the prayers of the brokenhearted. Hear your people who cry out to you in their need; strengthen their hope in your lasting goodness. We pray today for those who have died because of violence, of terrorism. Draw them to yourself; let your face shine upon them. May they be greeted with choirs of angels and experience your eternal peace and joy. Be near to all those who have been touched by violence: those who have been hurt, lost their loved ones or lost their sense of security. Be for them a steady comfort and safe resting place. Soften the hearts and steady the minds of those who would do violence to others. May hate be replaced with love, violence with peace and darkness with your light. Amen." - A Prayer for the Victims of Violence, courtesy of the The Catholic Health Association of the United States

Oct 30, 7:15 PM

Mayor Joyce Downing presents Jenessa Williams, Chief Nursing Officer, SCL Health Community Hospitals, with the 2017 Community Impact Award.

Oct 30, 7:15 PM

Oct 30, 7:15 PM

Oct 2, 8:52 PM

Today we pray for the families and friends of the victims of the senseless act in Las Vegas. "Loving God, you are the author and sustainer of our lives. You know the anguish of the sorrowful, you are attentive to the prayers of the brokenhearted. Hear your people who cry out to you in their need; strengthen their hope in your lasting goodness. We pray today for those who have died because of violence, of terrorism. Draw them to yourself; let your face shine upon them. May they be greeted with choirs of angels and experience your eternal peace and joy. Be near to all those who have been touched by violence: those who have been hurt, lost their loved ones or lost their sense of security. Be for them a steady comfort and safe resting place. Soften the hearts and steady the minds of those who would do violence to others. May hate be replaced with love, violence with peace and darkness with your light. Amen." - A Prayer for the Victims of Violence, courtesy of the The Catholic Health Association of the United States