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.
"CAPA needs to be commended for its work--from the training of new bishops in Africa to your commitment to HIV/AIDS education, prevention and pastoral care," wrote Bishop Griswold.
While the bishops of the area have pledged to provide pastoral care for the many visitors who come here, they have also ruled that so far they have found no evidence of supernatural occurrences.
The leaders said they support the territorial integrity of dioceses, but they called on provinces concerned "to make adequate provision for episcopal oversight of dissenting minorities within their own area of pastoral care in consultation with the Archbishop of Canterbury on behalf of the primates."
John Harvey, O.S.F.S., in the booklet Pastoral Care and the Homosexual, page 14, published by the Knights of Columbus).
"When a bishop offers pastoral care, this is not something that should be disciplined; it should be lauded," said Mr.
In December 2001, the Pope also addressed the problems attending this way of life when he spoke at a meeting of the Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Travellers.
Conservatives crowed that the statement a) affirmed traditionalist teachings on sexuality and b) seemed to recommend some form of episcopal oversight of "dissenting minorities within their own area of pastoral care," while liberals, including the diocese of New Westminster, put their own spin on the message.
* "Although the particular inclination of the homosexual person is not a sin, it is a more or less strong tendency ordered toward an intrinsic moral evil and thus the inclination itself must be seen as an objective disorder." (The pastoral care of homosexual persons, para.
The diocese has a pastoral care plan in place to keep clergy in the community for the coming year.
Paul Cavaluzzo, are busy turning what is called "pastoral care" into a legal nightmare.
Somewhere in there she manages to get her parish work done as well, including Sunday services, sermons and pastoral care. In spite of this unlikely work-schedule the character is complex and likable, and this first novel is an entertaining page-turner.