You Have Set Us Free:  Scriptural Reflections for Trauma Survivors

Fr. Kenneth W. Schmidt, MA, LPC, NCC St. Catherine of Siena, Portage, Michigan $9.95 paperback, 74 pages, Liturgical Press (November 2, 2016) The goal of You Have Set Us Free is to integrate both spirituality and psychology when dealing with trauma. These two realms of a human’s personhood are profound and have a major influence… Read More You Have Set Us Free:  Scriptural Reflections for Trauma Survivors

Pinwheels

Teresa Pitt Green, Founder Delight. A pinwheel is all about delight. It’s defined by action-words like twirling, spinning, whirling, swirling, dancing. It’s associated with favorite things like fireworks, holidays, toys, cookies and even pinwheel-shaped galaxies. Pinwheels really are a fitting image to promote Child Abuse Prevention event such as those our fellow Founder of the… Read More Pinwheels

Healing Voices Recognition: Edmonton

Healing Voices Special Recognition The Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton has been awarded Praesidium Accreditation®, an honour that publicly demonstrates that it has worked to achieve the highest standards in abuse prevention. At the direction of Archbishop Richard Smith, the Archdiocese has worked since 2010 with Praesidium, an international leader in abuse risk management, to promote… Read More Healing Voices Recognition: Edmonton

The Way: Healing Retreat for Adults Survivors of Abuse

Teresa Pitt Green, Founder “The Way” is a unique healing retreat for adult survivors of clergy abuse. “The Way” is offered by the Archdiocese of Atlanta, Georgia. It involves three days of guided meditations and prayer crafted around the Stations of the Cross. Participants move with Christ on a path overcoming dread, confusion, deep hurt,… Read More The Way: Healing Retreat for Adults Survivors of Abuse

Mutual Healing in Dialogue

Teresa Pitt Green, Founder My experience of the partnership between Church and survivors has been forged in the diocese of Arlington, Virginia, where annually there are multiple Healing Masses, survivor prayer services, discussion groups and other opportunities like spiritual guidance. Most importantly, there are priests, sisters, deacons and a bishop who have been caring to… Read More Mutual Healing in Dialogue