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Pastoral Counseling Can Help With Isolation.

Pastoral Counseling Can Help With Isolation.

Regardless of whether people consider themselves lonely, physically being isolated from friends and family comes at a price. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: This article discusses the pains of growing old not only from a physical point of view but also a social one.  So many elderly die sooner because of isolation from friends and family.  Pastoral Counseling Care can play a pivotal role in preventing this. Check out our site on Pastoral Care Certification and click here See on www.alternet.org

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St. Camillus, Patron of Physicians, Pastoral Caregivers

St. Camillus, Patron of Physicians, Pastoral Caregivers

A Saint for Pastoral Caregivers to Model Themselves After St. Camillus of Lellis was born in 1550, oringally a soldier only to become a pastoral caregiver to the sick and wounded of war.  This saint founded the The Order of the Camillans who assisted at battlefields, served in hospitals, and went out to the streets to care for the sick. The Order of the Camillans to this day is the symbol of the red cross as it spreads its sacred mission to find Christ in the least of one’s brethren.  The Order’s comittment is so strong that they even take a fourth vow.  This vow states

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Last Rites and Pastoral Counseling

Last Rites and Pastoral Counseling

Pastoral Counseling and Last Rites Pastoral Thanatology calls for a strong understanding of the rituals and spiritual aspects that surround death.  One particular care falls under the sacramental nature of the Blessing of the Sick.  While primarily a Catholic sacrament known as Last Rites or Extreme Unction, all Christian circles can appreciate the necessity of pastoral guidance and the presence of the Holy Spirit that encompasses it.  The necessity of grace that gives clarity, forgiveness, certainty, and peace to the dying   person  is administered by the priest or minister via the power of the Holy Spirit.   This is materialized in