How can you grow in prayer and find peace? Catholic Therapist Allison Ricciardi discusses this in today’s video.
You won’t be able to see the hand of God, if you focus on the fist of the enemy. Having anxiety about the future is common and understandable…but exactly what Jesus tells us not to do.
Allison Ricciardi, LMHC asks “Do you need to wait on God when something is self-evident?” Learn how to discern His voice from our own.
In today’s video to learn how to break the pattern of “litanizing” our problems and learn to move forward to better outcomes in life.
Sometimes we need to change something in ourselves but may not be sure what that is. This simple prayer can be helpful.
It’s May, the Month of Mary and also Mental Health Awareness month. Coincidence? I don’t think so. What may be the connection here? Well, what human being has ever been more emotionally healthy than Mary? Free of original sin and with her will perfectly oriented...
Invoke the help of St. Joseph, a powerful saint, in this year dedicated to St. Joseph. Follow the teachings of this prayer.
“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).
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.
The devil will focus us on the pandemic, the riots, the FEAR. In this times, cry out to God and trust He is there for us.
What is your attitude when you pray? Do you really expect God to answer or do you fret and worry? Ok, we all do sometimes, but should we?
Sometimes we treat our prayers like transactions and get annoyed when God doesn’t deliver. How can you develop an Amazon kind of faith yet without the Amazon kind of transactional attitude?
Have you ever been so hurt you just didn’t know what to do? Does Jesus’ admonition to pray for those who hurt you really work? How do you do it? That’s what I discuss in this video.
“Wait for me!” This was an appeal I often made to the other kids as one of the youngest growing up on my street.
Therapist Allison Ricciardi discusses the two principles Christians can cling to during times of frustrations, violence, and differing opinions.
With the division in our country these days, it’s hard not to get discouraged, even angry. There are divisions in our families as well, sometimes related to politics, and many times related to differing moral perspectives. It’s hard to have a productive discussion...
Allison Ricciardi, LMHC shares what she learned from St. Therese of Lisieux on how to pray your way out of the mistakes and blunders you’ve made.
Prayer is a crucial part of our spiritual life because it is our primary means of communication with the Lord.
The Niveveh 90 Challenge is a prayer campaign focused on humility and transformation leading up to the 100th Anniversary of Our Lady appearing in Fatima.