You’re probably familiar with the priest.
He’s always at your service.
And, at least in the movies, he’s often the main attraction.
He doesn’t usually have to be your friend or a confidant, but he can be, and they often are.
It’s important to understand the importance of this character.
We should understand that, when it comes to relationships, the priest is not just your friend but your trusted ally, and that if you’re not prepared to let him be trusted, you’ll be a bad priest.
But the priest isn’t just an ally; he’s also an essential ally.
He will save you, protect you, and guide you.
He can make you laugh, love you, care for you, comfort you, show you kindness, and so much more.
You should be willing to trust a priest who can do all that and more.
In this article, I’m going to walk you through the process of choosing the right priest, the right character, and the right situation.
I hope this process helps you feel more confident about your choices.
If you have any questions about your own priest, you can email me at [email protected]
You can also reach me on Twitter @therosch.