Nina Marie Corona, M.A., C.R.S.

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We Thirst: Lessons in Mercy© (Spirituality)

  • St. Aloysius Parish 935 Bennetts Mills Road Jackson, NJ, 08527 United States (map)

CHRISTIAN REFLECTIONS ON ADDICTION

This reflective evening will explore the epidemic of addiction in our society and our responsibility as followers of Christ in responding to those who are suffering.  It is an educational, informational, and inspirational evening that is intended for everyone, including the afflicted and their families and friends, counselors, nurses, priests, deacons, etc., those in the criminal justice system, educators, and anyone who would like to learn more to become part of a solution to the current epidemic.  

Each evening covers one aspect of the bio-psycho-social-spiritual model of addiction.

This four-evening series concludes with an examination of our spiritual nature and how and why spirituality is an important part of the recovery process.  Although the full benefit is achieved if you attend all four evenings, each evening is an independent presentation.  Please join us even if you cannot attend all four evenings.

Oftentimes the use of a substance is a misguided attempt to quench a spiritual thirst or craving.  We will explore the missing piece to the puzzle of our lives, the God-shaped hole within each of us, and the only real way that this void can be filled. This week we will discuss not one, but three virtues:  FAITH, HOPE, and LOVE.

This is the fourth part of a four-part series that is designed to educate and spread awareness, but unlike other secular programs this uniquely Christian program offers HOPE and SUPPORT, ENCOURAGES COMMUNITY, and FOSTERS MERCY, FAITH, AND LOVE.  

For more information contact St. Aloysius Parish at: http://saintaloysiusonline.org.

The National Association of Catholic Chaplains has approved this program for 2.0 Continuing Education Hours per session.   

The National Association of Catholic Chaplains has approved this program for 2.0 Continuing Education Hours per session. 

 

The provider of this educational event has designed the program so that it may be considered by participants for use as continuing education to enhance the professional knowledge and pastoral competency of chaplains certified through the Board of Chaplaincy Certification Inc.® an affiliate of the Association of Professional Chaplains™

The provider of this educational event has designed the program so that it may be considered by participants for use as continuing education to enhance the professional knowledge and pastoral competency of chaplains certified through the Board of Chaplaincy Certification Inc.® an affiliate of the Association of Professional Chaplains™

Earlier Event: February 15
We Thirst: Lessons in Mercy© (Sociology)
Later Event: February 21
We Thirst: Lessons in Mercy© (Biology)