pastoral care


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pastoral care

n (Eccl) → Seelsorge f
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Preface to Boethius' Pastoral Care, translated into English by Alfred.
In 1981 we decided to create Gateshead Pastoral Care Association, bringing together educationalists, social workers, psychologists and other key professions who have an interest in pastoral care and the welfare of students.
We try to launch people on their journeys of faith and persuade congregations and parishes to do things they might not want to do and we try to hold them safe as they journey because that is what pastoral care is all about.
At Dame Allan's Schools our academic success is paralleled by thriving extracurricular clubs and specialist pastoral care.
In Mr Wilson's previous posts he has shown considerable interest in pastoral care, and is very passionate about the nurturing and caring environment excellent pastoral care creates.
Issuing a document in preparation for a second worldwide meeting of Catholic bishops on family life next year, the Vatican also stressed the need for mercy in responding to difficult situations--even asking the bishops to avoid basing their pastoral care solely on Catholic doctrine.
This collection of essays on documents concerning pastoral care is divided into three parts.
Pope Francis recognized this and it will be addressed during the synod for the pastoral care of the family in October 2014.
Trauma and Transformation at Ground Zero is an excellent addition to any pastor's bookshelf, not only because of the valuable "snapshot in time" regarding pastoral care following an event that is etched in America's collective psyche, but because of its value in reframing the daily practice of pastoral care.
In a statement he said "people with same-sex attraction" would continue to receive pastoral care but the services at Our Lady of the Assumption Church in Soho would end.
New Book Highlights Shocking Mistakes and Barriers Preventing Good Pastoral Care
She lodged a claim of indirect sex discrimination against Larne Grammar which defended its policy saying the head of year was a full time post because of the important pastoral care responsibilities involved in the job.