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Rich in Years

Finding Peace and Purpose in a Long Life


Foreword by Cardinal Seán O’Malley

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What’s the secret of people who love life regardless of their health or circumstances? In Rich in Years, Arnold tells stories of real people to show that we don’t have to be young or physically fit to enjoy life and contribute to society.


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About The Book

Why shouldn’t growing older be rewarding? Johann Christoph Arnold, whose books have helped over a million readers through life’s challenges, wants us to rediscover the spiritual riches that age has to offer. Now in his seventies, Arnold finds himself personally facing the trials that come with aging. But he knows, from decades of pastoral experience, what older people and their caregivers can do to make the most of the journey. In this book, he shares stories of people who, in growing older, have found both peace and purpose.

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Table of Contents

  1. Growing Older Read excerpt
  2. Accepting Changes
  3. Combatting Loneliness
  4. Finding Purpose Read excerpt
  5. Keeping Faith
  6. Living with Dementia
  7. Moving Forward
  8. Finding Peace
  9. Saying Goodbye
  10. Continuing On Read excerpt
  11. Beginning Anew

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