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Written by a priest with many years of experience as a hospital chaplain, this series of touching messages injects hope and peace into lives wearied by pain and suffering and heartache. Heavy doses of captivating illustrations make this a book of inspiration and enjoyment. It's a useful resource for the preacher who wants to sensitively address difficult issues, or the counselor who seeks to help the distressed, or any individual who seeks comfort and solace.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 144 Vendor: CSS Publishing Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)
ISBN: 0788011421 ISBN-13: 9780788011429 Availability: Usually ships in 24-48 hours.
Written by a priest and hospital chaplain with many years of experience, this series of inspirational messages confronts a wide range of human emotions. Zajac not only connects scripture to the human experience, but he nudges the reader/listener to change his thinking or to alter her lifestyle. He injects hope and peace into lives wearied by pain and suffering and heartache. Heavy doses of captivating illustrations make this a book for inspiration and enjoyment.This book will be a useful resource for ...the preacher who wishes to sensitively address difficult issuesthe counselor who seeks to help the distressedany individual who seeks answers and comfort and solaceTitles include: Bad HabitsTearsAntidotes For PerfectionismOne Day At A TimeMaalox MomentsWhat To Do About The Loss Of Someone SpecialRichard Zajac, known in many circles as Father Duke, has been a staff chaplain at Sisters of Charity Hospital in Buffalo for the past 13 years. A member of the National Association of Catholic Chaplains, he currently serves as a member of the Certification Committee of the association. Zajac has served as a parish priest in South Buffalo and Depew, New York. He has chaired the Hospital Ethics Committee at Sisters Hospital and has been involved in the formation of the Center for Clinical Ethics and Humanities in Health Care at the University of Buffalo. He has appeared on television and has lectured extensively on the topic the end of life.