The COVID-19 shutdown this past spring and the virus’ continuing effects have impacted people’s mental health.
Assistant professor gives an unusual assignment to her students on how workspace affects mental health.
Souls and Hearts, an online forum “developed to meet the needs of practicing Catholics who struggle with the everyday challenges of life.”
Mental health advocates are encouraging parishioners to take care of themselves as the state begins to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s important to note that we are not helpless in light of current news events. We can always choose our response.
In a letter to the faithful of the Diocese of Lincoln, Bishop Conley announced that he has been medically diagnosed with depression and anxiety, along with insomnia and tinnitus.
Kay King, a community educator for the National Alliance on Mental Illness in Minnesota, spoke at the annual parish social ministry gathering Oct. 13 at St. Louis Church in Paynesville on mental health and the role of faith communities.
Projects evolve in different ways.
In the case of a partnership between art teacher Mike Mitchell and Dr. Meg Benningfield, it grew from a friendship and a common concern for helping others.