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The Art and Vocation of Caring for People in Pain invites readers to explore the relevance of the book of Job in providing care; examine the healing possibilities of trust, integrity, humility and humor; and discover the ancient art of lectio divina and how it can foster spirituality, healing and personal growth. Books by Karl A. Schultz.
The Art & Vocation of Caring for People in Pain, Karl A. Schultz, 1993 Paulist Press (USA), ISBN: 0-8091-3440-3 (About counselling those in pain, including a section on humour!) This is primarily about Pastoral Care, but looks at the story of Job and use of God-talk and even has a section.
The appendix contains an acclaimed article that shows how to apply lectio divina not only to the Bible, but also to life, personal salvation history, and relationships. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Required fields are marked .
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A vocation (from Latin vocātiō, meaning 'a call, summons') is an occupation to which a person is specially drawn or for which they are suited, trained, or qualified. Though now often used in non-religious contexts, the meanings of the term originated in Christianity
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com/USCatholics" ill go out, and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem. And he will be the judge between the nations, and the peoples will be ruled by his decisions: and their swords will be turned into plough-blades, and their spears into vine-knives: no longer will the nations be turning their swords against one another, and the knowledge of war will be gone for ever.
Bearing the Unbearable Karl A. Schultz Nimble Books, 2007 .
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As populations age, caring for people with dementia has become more common. Elderly caregiving may consist of formal care and informal care. Formal care involves the services of community and medical partners, while informal care involves the support of family, friends, and local communities, but more often from spouses, adult children and other relatives. In most mild to medium cases of dementia, the caregiver is a family member, usually a spouse or adult child
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