Many Wounds, One Savior: Fullness of Life After Clergy Abuse

Teresa Hartnett I’ve been writing a series of articles for Orthodoxy in Dialogue, which is a leading blog for the Orthodox Church published and edited by doctoral students of theology at the University of Toronto. In my first article, Many Wounds, One Savior: Fullness of Life After Clergy Abuse, finally I’ve been able to capture… Read More Many Wounds, One Savior: Fullness of Life After Clergy Abuse

11 Healthful Habits for Fighting Depression

Excerpt for our Christmas 2017 Issue Adrian Molina, HUFFINGTON POST, June 23, 2017 Whether your depression is situational or chronic, or part of a larger diagnosis, there are proven, simple ways to fight against the symptoms–and even the biochemical imbalance itself. December is the perfect month to choose one idea and give it a try. For a… Read More 11 Healthful Habits for Fighting Depression

Mental Illness: Five Patron Saints to Invoke

Excerpt for our Christmas 2017 Issue Whitney Hetzel, GETFED: FEED YOUR FAITH, April 7, 2016 This author quotes Saint Pope John Paul II with something some of our readers may appreciate: “Whoever suffers from mental illness ‘always’ bears God’s image and likeness in himself, as does every human being. In addition, he ‘always’ has the… Read More Mental Illness: Five Patron Saints to Invoke

Rosary Beads

Teresa Pitt Green, Founder I carried rosary beads for years after I stopped praying them. I carried rosary beads  even after I made it clear to God we were no longer on speaking terms. Here’s my simple case for why you should too. In therapy, we all face how portions of our young lives were buried… Read More Rosary Beads