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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Common fears and misconceptions about seeking help Initiating counseling is a very big step for most people. In fact it is very common to have some apprehension about seeking professional help with personal issues. There are concerns about whether or … Continue reading
Something we can all agree upon. I’m sure that everyone can agree that our country needs all the prayer that it can get. No matter what your political orientation happens to be, it is a great idea to pray for our … Continue reading
What is it to really thrive? Do you feel as though life has been passing you by? Are you waiting for your ship to come in? Do you find yourself asking if this is all there is to life? Not long ago … Continue reading
Kateri Tekakwitha, known as the Lily of the Mohawks, will become the first Native American saint. She will be canonized along with six others at the Vatican this Sunday on October 21, 2012. Disfigured and blinded by smallpox Kateri Tekakwitha was a Native … Continue reading
A saint who had a tough time in prayer Today’s saint sympathizes with all of those who have difficulty in prayer. Because like most of us, she experienced the distractions of everyday life, a wandering mind, hardships, boredom, challenges, and … Continue reading
Grandpa was quite the storyteller Grandpa was a man for stories. His tales were something that I thoroughly enjoyed as a wide-eyed kid. Sitting on his lap, I always wanted him to share the same ones over and over again. His … Continue reading