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Making the Connection between Prayer, Faith, and Forgiveness in Roman Catholic Families
This study examines meanings and processes associated with religious practices of prayer, building faith, and forgiving through in-depth, qualitative interviews with six highly religious Roman Catholic families with children. Families were interviewed using a narrative approach that asked participants to share experiences and challenges related to faith and family life. Three primary themes in the interviews included: (a) prayer helps piece the puzzle together, (b) faith builds a foundation, and (c) forgiveness allows unity to flourish.
Religion, Catholic, Prayer, Faith, Forgiveness, and Family
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Batson, M., & Marks, L. (2008). Making the Connection between Prayer, Faith, and Forgiveness in Roman Catholic Families. The Qualitative Report, 13(3), 394-415. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2008.1585
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