pastoral care

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pastoral care

n (Eccl) → Seelsorge f
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Santos, chairman of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines - Episcopal Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People (CBCP-ECMI) said, the Church is sending Rev.
"The pastoral care of persons with homosexual tendencies poses new challenges today, due to the manner in which their rights are proposed in society" it states.
Part 3 explores the global ICPCC movement and the beginnings of the pastoral care and counseling movement in Africa up to 1995.
Pope Francis recognized this and it will be addressed during the synod for the pastoral care of the family in October 2014.
A strong focus is the pastoral care of the children, with staff firmly believing that without a well disciplined and caring learning environment the teachers cannot get the best from the students.
THE Bishop of Warrington toured city centre retailers to highlight the pastoral care available to staff.
VIENNA -- The Catholic bishops of Austria announced May 17 that they are preparing new proposals for the pastoral care of divorced and remarried Catholics.
How effective was the pastoral care? More priests, more regular sacraments and more churches constitute part of the answer to this question.
A few fortunate priests have bishops who have resisted the lure of placing administration and management as top priority and are deeply involved in the pastoral care of their clergy, rather than delegating this vital work to middle management.
So, it is with understanding we praise the lay members of the Presbytery of Ottawa who comprise the Pastoral Care Team, who for 20 years have been visiting out-of-towners in area hospitals.
Mr McNab, who has worked at St Paul's RC High School in Pollok, Glasgow, for 15 years, was "devastated" when he was turned down for the pastoral care job.