We are hopefully coming to a crossroad in how we address health care in America. The current conventional model of treating symptoms is woefully inadequate, and problematic.
As we approach Holy Week leading up to Easter Sunday, many of us wonder what life must have been like for Mary, the apostles and the other disciples.
We all have dreams and ideas of things we want to have in our lives or to accomplish in the future. You may have started out with big plans and find yourself in a rut or just working day to day with little motivation.
The secular world in which we live is soaked in negativity. We are continually assaulted by negative messages that are discouraging and they condition us to see our glass perpetually empty and never full.
I’m often asked this question by both Catholics and non-Catholics.
For intimacy and trust to exist in marriages, we must be present and aware. This is simple, but not easy. Being “present” means staying focused on the here and now – not thinking about some other time and place.
As Catholics, we can better prepare our hearts to the devoutness of our faith through creating a thoroughly Catholic, Christ-centered home.
This year we have marked a dark and tragic commemoration….45 years of legalized, unrestricted abortion on demand thanks to the infamous Roe V. Wade decision of 1973.
Allison Ricciardi, LMHC talks about making new year resolutions and goals plus how to set yourself up to reach these goals-all while discerning what God has planned for you.
Allison Ricciardi, LMHC highlights the differences between gossiping, venting, and counsel. Yes, you can safely express your feelings without the worry that others will find out or get hurt.