Catherine’s Pascha: “Loving an Autistic Child at Church”

The author of this article, Charlotte Riggle, is an Orthodox Christian; she is writing to all of us who worship side by side with families with autistic children. And it should go without saying that these exhortations from a mother who has grownup  children with autism apply to adults with autism and their families as well, for we are to love one another without exception, even those whose behavior seems strange to us. And we are especially called to render loving assistance to those in need. We all know this. Don’t we?

To access:

 catherinespascha.com

If we truly know it, we’ll do it.

Also:

 Four Ways to Help “that Mom” at Church

 &

 Orthodox Christian Network: For of Such are the Kingdom

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Picture from  J. C. Kuehn Miller

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