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Pope Francis Underscores Distinctiveness of Christian Marriage – Breitbart

Pope Francis Underscores Distinctiveness of Christian Marriage – Breitbart

Pope Francis devoted his weekly “general audience” to the topic of Christian matrimony. Source: www.breitbart.com An interesting article about what really marriage is to the Christian.  The pope points out that is a huge difference between the invalid state marriage and the sacramental marriage between Christians.  So what is the fight about?   Should we as Christians care if the states permits same couple marriage when in reality is it really is not marriage anyways? If you would like to learn more about Christian Counseling Training, then please review the program #christiancounselingtraining

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1 Cross, 1 Savior, 7 POWERFUL Sayings—THIS is How Much He Loves Us!

1 Cross, 1 Savior, 7 POWERFUL Sayings—THIS is How Much He Loves Us!

Jesus cried out from the cross 7 times, and each quote shows the MIND-BLOWING depth of His love for all of us. These sayings are powerful! Source: www.crosswalk.com A video presenting the 7 last sayings of Christ before he died on the cross according to the Gospels.  It is good to reflect on these as we mediate on Christ’s suffering If you would like to learn more about Christian Counseling Training, then please review the program #christiancounselingtraining

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Christian Counseling Training: The Virtue of Purity and the Teenage Years

Christian Counseling Training: The Virtue of Purity and the Teenage Years

Christian Counseling Training: The Virtue of Purity and the Teenage Years “Blessed are the Pure of Heart for they shall see God” proclaims Christ.   This statement speaks volumes about the importance of the virtue of purity and its role in our spiritual salvation.   It is not a footnote or minor point for Christians to disregard as insignificant to our spiritual salvation but an essential part of our spiritual life.   Society would like to diminish the importance of this virtue as outdated to the times or unnecessary as long as one is kind to others, but the necessity of this virtue

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John Paul II Cleared For Sainthood

John Paul II Cleared For Sainthood

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis on Friday cleared two of the 20th century’s most influential popes to become saints, approving a miracle needed to canonize Pope John Paul II and waiving Vatican rules to honor Pope John XXIII. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Those interested in christian counseling training can find joy with other christians in the future canonizationof a modern pope and saint.  This great future saint not only endured hardships during WWII but also fought against communism. If you wish to learn more about the life of Pope John Paul II, we encourage your studies and

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Christian Counseling Training: The Theology of the Incarnation

Christian Counseling Training: The Theology of the Incarnation

 Christian Counseling Training : The Theology of the Incarnation Christian Counseling training should include a solid understanding of the Incarnation.  This way Christian Counselors can not only counsel but inform their spiritual children of the awesome nature of the Incarnation.  Through an understanding of it, one can appreciate the gift of Christ and his humble birth for our eventual salvation. There are two aspects to the great mystery of the Incarnation of Christ.  First, one of soteriology and second, one of love.  Soteriology or the study of Redemption points out that after the sin of Adam, man a finite creature

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Christian Counseling Training: People to Die Unto Themselves

Christian Counseling Training: People to Die Unto Themselves

Christian Counseling Training: What is Dying Unto Oneself? While the martyrs sacrificed their entire being to Christ through death, their initial death was interior.  The martyrdom was merely the fruits of their inner spiritual submission.  Christian Counseling can help many discover their own spiritual martyrdom through death for Christ via submission. Many will never encounter the executioner’s blade, but many of us will encounter our own sins and lifestyles which can be as deadly as any weapon.  The saints and mystics all encountered themselves and overcame themselves, allowing their version of self to die and become martyred to the life

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Christian Counseling Training: Christian Answers on Prayer and Process Theology

Jesus teaching his disciples the Lord's Prayer and how to pray

Christian Counseling Training: Is Prayer Useful if God Knows the Future Anyways? Some say if God knows what will happen, then why even pray for the outcome. These so-called academics are merely being critical since most have little faith in God or do not believe in him at all.  They merely pose a riddle for Christians to decipher-usually young college students who are not well versed in theology to defend their faith. The reality is prayer is useful and important and relevant.  There are four purposes of prayer.  The first simply involves adoration.  The second revolves around thanksgiving and the

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Christian Counseling Training: Counseling Tips for Vocations

Christian Counseling Training: Counseling Tips for Vocations

Counseling Those Towards A Vocation Whether you are Protestant or Catholic, a religious calling is a call from God to serve his people. Catholics become priests, monks or nuns, while Protestants become ministers.  Such callings to the religious life should never be ignored but cultivated and cherished.  Counseling sessions should also direct young people towards these ultimate callings if a vocation is present.  As our Lord said, many are called but few are chosen. The Lafayette Caremlites on their site have a very interesting discernment article that is Ignaitian in origin.  I have always been a fan of St. Ignatius and his