A global net of individuals, of teams and communities that put charity first is a dream. For the individual and the small group, it is a challenge or a vocation to form a responible opinion in precarious situations.

The conscience, the spirit of God placed in our minds, searches for the best attitude, weighs the benefit or harm to nature, society, family, health, and so on, and sees what is feasible.

In these situations there is no rule except charity and no authority except your own consciousness formed by listening to the experiences of friends and acquaintances and asking for details.

We could begin to shape dialogues based on appreciative inquiry, not focused on growing ourselves as the church once did, but focused on caring for individuals and living out the gospel


Precarious situations


- euthanasia plans,

- palliative sedaty,

- problematic pregnancy,

- addiction, 

- autism,

- narcissism,

- poverty,

- anorexia,

- human trafficking

- domestic care,

- aimlessness,

- homelessness

- loneliness,

- hospitalization,

- unruly children,

- unemployment,

 - disabled family members or

- disasters.


Reform minded organizations can help the charitable teams  by collecting the newest background information on the meant situations and make it accessible.


But charitable teams have to ask for it.