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

A Diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator’s Role in Shrinking the Monster

By Norbert Krapf [1] In 2007, I composed a letter to the Bishop Gerald Gettelfinger of the Diocese of Evansville, Illinois, where I had been abused as a young boy by our parish priest 50 years earlier. I had just begun to talk openly about what happened to me and had begun to turn to… Read More A Diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator’s Role in Shrinking the Monster

Abuse, Therapy and Spirituality: Reconciling the Three

By Quinn R. Conners, O.Carm., Ph.D. The mission statement of Healing Voices is powerful:  “…to reconcile our faith with the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual harm done to us.”  Such a vision is a challenge, and engaging in that process is a lifelong task.  One facet of that task is dealing with the impact that… Read More Abuse, Therapy and Spirituality: Reconciling the Three

Wrestling with Our Inner Angels, by Nancy Kehoe

Wrestling with Our Inner Angels: Faith, Mental Illness and the Journey to Wholeness A Book by Nancy Kehoe By The Bookworm Surprise! They invited me back to write another review. Either I did okay with Elie Wiesel’s Night or they’re hard up for contributions. Either way this review is about a book a survivor gave me… Read More Wrestling with Our Inner Angels, by Nancy Kehoe