Episodes

12/12/2016

Father Myles Sheehan and Kevin Nelson host the original CatholicTV series, Aging Gracefully. In this episode, a panel of six seniors discuss aging gracefully.

12/5/2016

Father Myles Sheehan and Kevin Nelson host this original CatholicTV series Aging Gracefully. In this episode, Nelson interviews Robert L. Weber, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist and Co- Author of “The Spirituality of Age: A Seeker's Guide to Growing Older”.

11/28/2016

Father Myles Sheehan and Kevin Nelson host CatholicTV's original series Aging Gracefully.

In this episode, interview with Cardinal Sean O’Malley, Archbishop of Boston, sharing his view on aging. Residents from Jeanne Jugan, Regina Cleri, and Marion Manor talk about their growing spirituality as they age.

11/21/2016

Father Myles Sheehan and Kevin Nelson host the original CatholicTV series Aging Gracefully.

Guests: William J. O'Malley, author of "You'll Never Be Younger: A Good News Spirituality for Those Over Sixty." Residents from Elizabeth Seton Residence share their attitudes toward aging and how hard it can be to let go of certain activities with age.

11/14/2016

Father Myles Sheehan and Kevin Nelson host the original CatholicTV series Aging Gracefully.

Guests: Sister Maureen McDonough and Sister Mary Brigid Riley.

11/7/2016

Father Myles Sheehan and Kevin Nelson host the original CatholicTV series Aging Gracefully.

Guest: Sr. Margaret Therese Jackson O’Carm, Development Director at Marian Manor in South Boston, MA.

10/31/2016

Father Myles Sheehan and Kevin Nelson host the original CatholicTV series Aging Gracefully.

Guests: Stephen Gust, director of Regina Cleri, and Father John Connelly, senior priest. Residents from Regina Cleri answer this week's questions: What are some oft he issues you are focused more on in your retirement? Do you feel God is revealing himself to you in a different way as you get older?

10/24/2016

Father Myles Sheehan and Kevin Nelson host the original CatholicTV series Aging Gracefully. In this episode, they interview guests Joe D'Arrigo, executive director of clergy funds for the Archdiocese of Boston and Father Francis McGann, senior priest.

10/16/2016

Father Myles Sheehan and Kevin Nelson host this original CatholicTV series on aging. Guests: Dave Hinchen and Ann Bersani of Ignatian Volunteers Corps. Father Sheehan offers an aging tip for parents whose children have lost their faith.

10/10/2016

Kevin Nelson and Father Myles Sheehan, SJ are joined by Bishop Robert Reed for the second part of a discussion on the many gifts of aging.

10/3/2016

Kevin Nelson and Father Myles Sheehan, SJ are joined by Bishop Robert Reed for the first part of a discussion on the many gifts of aging.

09/30/2012

Kevin Nelson and Father Myles Sheehan talk about preparing for death. Sister Kathleen Foley, chaplain at the Campion Health Center, joins them. 

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Aging Gracefully

Hosts Father Myles Sheehan, SJ and Kevin Nelson have revamped this original CatholicTV series on aging for fall 2016. They cover topics that are the most important to today’s seniors and provide a view from a religious perspective with a variety of guests. These new episodes feature residents from five nursing homes in the greater Boston area: Saint Patrick's Manor, Regina Cleri, Little Sisters of the Poor Jeanne Jugan Residence, Elizabeth Seton Residence, and Marian Manor. The seniors and guests share their perspective on life, spirituality and aging. In each show, Father Sheehan shares some tips on how to strengthen your faith and care for yourself as you age. Each episode offers wisdom from seniors on aging with dignity, tips for a rich spirituality in older age, and advice to caregivers of seniors.

 

Watch:

Sundays 2:30am, Mondays 9am, Tuesdays 9:30pm, Thursdays 11am, Saturdays 2:30pm

all times Eastern | subject to change

Host bio

Kevin Nelson was born and raised in the West Roxbury section of Boston and has not strayed too far from his roots. He has been with the CatholicTV Network since January of 1996 and has been involved in many different aspects of the television process. He is currently a senior producer, producing many different shows for the network. Read more.

Father Myles Sheehan is the Provincial for the New England Province of Jesuits and is a doctor of medicine, specializing in gerontology. Read more.

 

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