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    Catholic War Veterans of The United States of AmericaCatholic War Veterans of The United States of America is a veteran’s service organization for Catholic military veterans and is engaged in actively supporting our nation's military veterans and promoting their welfare.Catholic War Veterans of The United States of AmericaCatholic War Veterans of The United States of America
    Cranaleith Spiritual Center - Leadership DevelopmentThe Center offers Leadership Groups the opportunity to go apart and tap into the deeper wisdom which arises when attention is released from the "urgencies" of everyday. Staff are available for to facilitate reflection, planning and ongoing learning. Private residential and meeting space can be reserved for leadership groups of 5-6 persons.PhiladelphiaCranaleith Spiritual Center - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaCranaleith Spiritual Center
    Cranaleith Spiritual Center - Spiritual RetreatsA ministry of hospitality and prayer is extended to persons of diverse faith and cultures, and to organizations whose purposes are consistent with the ethos of the Center. Sabbath: Persons are welcome to spend sabbath time rediscovering rhythms of life in harmony with creation. Individuals can come for quiet days, overnight, a weekend, or longer stays. Overnight: Overnight accommodations are available for up to 10 persons. All guest rooms have views of the surrounding landscape with the natural beauty unique to each season. For groups or individuals desiring a private space, the Center can offer a self-contained area, including 5 guest rooms, 2 bathrooms with showers, dining area, kitchenette, and living room. Spiritual Direction: Those who would like to meet with a spiritual director, who serves as a listener, companion, and guide, are welcome to arrange for spiritual direction with a staff member at a mutually convenient time. Silent Directed Retreats, 5-8 Days, can be scheduled throughout the year. Group Retreats/Conferences: The center can host small groups of up to twenty persons. Staff are available to design a retreat in response to your group's needs. Groups are also welcome to bring their own presenter or facilitator. Rates are negotiated, depending on the size and nature of the group.PhiladelphiaCranaleith Spiritual Center - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaCranaleith Spiritual Center
    Faith AbuseA national help line for people who believe they have been abused by a televangelist or suspect religious fraud.PO Box 33, Dallas TX (Faith Abuse)Trinity Foundation
    Mercy Health System - Spiritual Care - Mercy Fitzgerald HospitalWe believe that spiritual care plays an important part in the healing process and the Mercy Health System facilities strive to meet the spiritual needs of people of all faiths and religions. Ministers of specific denominations volunteer in the Pastoral Care Department and are available upon request for patients and families. Patients and families of all faiths may request a visit from any member of the Pastoral Care Department.MontgomeryMercy Health System - Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital - Delaware; Upper DarbyMercy Health System
    Mercy Health System - Spiritual Care - Mercy Philadelphia HospitalWe believe that spiritual care plays an important part in the healing process and the Mercy Health System facilities strive to meet the spiritual needs of people of all faiths and religions. Ministers of specific denominations volunteer in the Pastoral Care Department and are available upon request for patients and families. Patients and families of all faiths may request a visit from any member of the Pastoral Care Department.PhiladelphiaMercy Health System - Mercy Philadelphia HospitalMercy Health System
    Mercy Health System - Spiritual Care - Nazareth HospitalWe believe that spiritual care plays an important part in the healing process and the Mercy Health System facilities strive to meet the spiritual needs of people of all faiths and religions. Ministers of specific denominations volunteer in the Pastoral Care Department and are available upon request for patients and families. Patients and families of all faiths may request a visit from any member of the Pastoral Care Department.PhiladelphiaMercy Health System - Nazareth HospitalMercy Health System
    Mercy Health System - Spiritual Care - St. Agnes Continuing Care CenterWe believe that spiritual care plays an important part in the healing process and the Mercy Health System facilities strive to meet the spiritual needs of people of all faiths and religions. Ministers of specific denominations volunteer in the Pastoral Care Department and are available upon request for patients and families. Patients and families of all faiths may request a visit from any member of the Pastoral Care Department.PhiladelphiaMercy Health System - St. Agnes Continuing Care CenterMercy Health System
    REST Ministries - Prison MinistryREST Ministries helps the Captive through a Prison Ministry for the Incarcerated and Aftercare Programs for Ex-Offenders. Most people incarcerated within prison walls come from abusive and/or addictive family backgrounds. They have learned to block their pain by becoming abusive and/or addicted themselves. In prison they are forced to see the reality and consequences of their choices, often leaving them broken. Desperate for hope, they are finally open to the gospel. REST ministers to the incarcerated in local county prisons through: - Bible studies - support groups - spending time one-on-one with inmates REST ministers to ex-offenders with aftercare programs including: mentoring discipleship opportunities . All of this is done to encourage them in their walk with the Lord. We also provide the following services: - Cards of Encouragement - Cards of encouragement are sent weekly to each inmate that attends a REST Bible study or support group. For some, this is the only mail they receive. - A Pen Pal Program. A Pen Pal Program has been established by REST Ministries to link mature Christians with inmates in state prisons who want a Christian to write to them. It has blessed both the inmates and mature Christians as each learns from the other and their relationship grows. Click here if you would like information about becoming a pen pal to an inmate.Chester*Main Site (REST Ministries)REST Ministries
    Saint Joseph Villa - Religious and Pastoral Care - Montgomery; FlourtownThe Pastoral Care Team works to strengthen each resident’s relationship to God by providing necessary services to nurture that relationship. Pastoral services include: -Spiritual and emotional support; -Availability of chapel at all times; -Welcoming Clergy of other denominations.MontgomerySaint Joseph Villa - Montgomery; FlourtownSaint Joseph Villa
    YoungLives - Support for Teen MomsTeen moms face many challenges because they are truly living in two worlds. They have a desire to be a teenager, yet they have all the responsibilities required of motherhood. They feel alone, and often are abandoned by the significant people in their lives once their child is born. The world sees a teen mom and her child. We see a girl who needs Jesus. YoungLives is about loving teen moms in the midst of the circumstances they're in - no matter what they are. Because we've experienced mercy, compassion and grace through a relationship with Christ, we desire to love teen moms in the condition they come to us. WHAT YOU WILL FIND AT YOUNGLIVES Love Support Encouragement RespectChester*Main Site (YoungLives)YoungLives

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