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Healing relationships

Our ability to give and receive love is shaped by our life experiences and our choices. This process begins from the earliest moments of our life. As Pope Benedict XVI has said, “the family is the privileged setting where every person learns to give and receive love.” At RWPS, we approach our work of restoring the family and renewing the culture from a perspective of how we relate to each other. By joining with those who are suffering and helping them to understand and overcome obstacles in giving and receiving mature love, we will bring greater freedom, fulfillment, and joy to those we serve. We meet you where you are, and begin the journey from there.

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Healing Relationships

OFFICE HOURS

Monday
9:00-7:30

Tuesday
8:30-6:00

Wednesday
8:30-6:00

Thursday
9:00-7:30

Additional appointment hours available for special circumstances.
For more information call 513-407-8878.

LOVE BEGINS A LIFELONG JOURNEY

LOVE BEGINS A LIFELONG JOURNEY

We were created in God’s image. That means were fundamentally made for relationships of love. Each human person comes into existence by a gift from God, who is love, through the love of human parents. These relationships – to God and family – launch the person on a journey to discover the meaning of his existence and to fulfill it. As John Paul II taught us, it is through the sincere giving of oneself that men and women can truly find themselves and fulfill the meaning of their existence. Thus, RWPS sees the ability to give and receive mature, Christian love as central to psychological health. Of course, we need God’s grace to do this, but as Catholic tradition has always taught, grace builds on nature, and human nature is shaped by experience.

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“Men and women are always called to direct their steps toward a truth which transcends them. The truth concerns the human person, made in the image of God, and it is the fullness of this truth wich psychology is called to serve.”
– Pope Saint John Paul II