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How to Pray in the Midst of Crises

How to Pray in the Midst of Crises

How should we respond in the midst of crises? The short answer is: by praying. Here are some examples from the Psalms. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: In our most turmoil, we sometimes do not realize that God is closest, but he still needs to hear our prayer.  This is when prayer is most beneficial.  In these moments of desolation, Christ and God is very close to our heart.  We may not realize it, but we are being carried in these moments. St Teresa of Avila teaches that when we feel most abandoned is when Christ is most near. 


PreLenten Sundays and Preparation for the Great Fast

PreLenten Sundays and Preparation for the Great Fast

Christian Counseling: Preparation for Lent from the Perspective of the East Prior to the start of the Great Fast, the Eastern Church in particular prepares itself through four Pre-Lenten Sunday themes.  These themes are associated with fasting, forgiveness and judgment and are also Sundays that celebrate items that will be denied during the Fast.  Christian Counselors who have knowledge of Eastern ideals can also help you understand these celebrations. The first Sunday is the Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee.  In this story, Eastern Catholics and Orthodox Christians are shown the importance of humility in fasting.  God rejects pride


Discerning and Taking on Our Special and Unique Discipleship

Discerning and Taking on Our Special and Unique Discipleship

Counseling the Doubtful to Their Proper Discipleship During the gathering of the twelve, Our Lord did not seek out the most wealthy or influential people, but sought out the fisherman and tradesmen of various villages.  These men were far from educated but had pure hearts.  They were rich in spirit. It is also noteworthy that these men gave up their lives for Christ.  They put away their fishing nets and followed him.  In contrast to the rich man who proudly told the Lord that he had observed all commandments but was unwilling to let go of his possessions and completely