No matter how hopeless things seem, no matter how silly it may feel, choose to believe. God does remain in control.
When experiencing great loss, struggles and times of uncertainty, it is essential to adhere even more firmly onto our faith by acknowledging the goodness of our Lord. As we approach the celebration of the birth of Christ, I wanted to offer a few reflections on how the feast of Christmas lights the world and our hearts.
Allison Ricciardi, LHMC, discusses “If God had assigned you to write the story of Redemption what would you write?” and she shares her ideas.
“You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink.” I wish I came up with this wonderful saying, but it is an old saying from the days of cowboys (and cowgirls).
Now is the time to decide what you will believe—the words of the Bible and Our Lady, or the illusions and deceptions presented by the world.
There is much at stake in the upcoming election. As Catholics, we have a responsibility to vote and to uphold the Judeo Christian values upon which our nation was founded.
There are a few words I don’t care to hear. “Can’t” is one of them, especially when I hear it from children.
As the world continues in chaos, it’s more important than ever that you think and get back to using common sense.
Therapist Allison Ricciardi shares ways to not only cope, but thrive during these uncertain times.