There are many different experiences of brokenness that can be a doorway to conversion, including addiction, trauma, depression and facing one’s death.
In the sea of practical advice given to deal with depression, anxiety, trauma and grief, “St. Dymphna’s Playbook” offers a uniquely Catholic perspective.
In a video message released by the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network Nov. 3, the pope offered his prayer intention for the month of November, which he dedicated to people experiencing depression.
After their son Jackson’s death, Scott and Reyne Roeder are speaking out about suicide and mental health and encouraging others to do the same.
The yearlong pandemic has taken an emotional toll on Americans, with mental health professionals reporting they are getting more requests for assistance from people feeling helpless and experiencing anxiety and depression.
The author’s goal is educating readers about such challenges. By doing so, he hopes that those in medicine, ministry and society will improve the way they relate to those experiencing them.
Souls and Hearts, an online forum “developed to meet the needs of practicing Catholics who struggle with the everyday challenges of life.”
It’s like the old adage: To you it may be a recession, but to someone who’s out of a job, it’s a depression.