The psychologist needs to understand who you are and where you come from in order to deliver competent services, maintains Dr. Theresa Zolner, a clinical researcher and professor of psychology in Edmonton.
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The revision of the statutes of the U.S. Leadership Conference of Women Religious must be accompanied with a real dialogue, which has been missing from the process, said the head of the Vatican congregation responsible for religious orders.
Dialogue doesn't work with the devil; the only defence is the word of God, humility and meekness, especially in response to his works of hatred and persecution, Pope Francis said.
VATICAN CITY – For the first time in history, the Vatican is home to a pope and a retired pope.
When Oblates missionaries found an Innu community in the isolated interior of Labrador in 1857, they were shocked to hear the rosary being recited, said Sister Sheila Fortune, a sister of St. Joseph.
EDMONTON – Nothing More Beautiful should be "a launching pad" for Catholics knowing Jesus and sharing their faith with their friends, says Archbishop Richard Smith.
Nothing More Beautiful ended where it began - with the story from Genesis that tells of the dignity of man and woman created in God's image and likeness.
Hoping to win over more young people to mission life, Scarboro Missions is betting that a one-year commitment compared to three will be its lucky number.
A Franciscan monk holds his cameras as he waits for the arrival of Israeli President Shimon Peres at the Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi in Assisi, Italy, May 1.
With some of its buildings deteriorating and a lack of awareness about the shrine outside southern Ontario, the Martyrs' Shrine is developing a strategic plan to carry it into the future.