‘Send your light and your fidelity, that they may be my guide. Let them bring me to your holy mountain, to the place of your dwelling.’ (Psalm 43)
Catholic Response to Mental Health Crisis: Offering a Ray of Hope For Those Suffering in Depression and Suicide
The Diocese of Phoenix’s new ministry is part of a larger trend in the Church aimed at providing support for those experiencing mental illness and their families.
Bishop Frank Dewane of Venice told the Register he feels lucky to be alive, after two branches crashed through his roof into the ceiling of his living room, as he laments the much greater losses many others suffered.
First as a Salesian missionary priest and then as the first shepherd of the Diocese of Miao, Bishop Pallipparambil George has had a remarkable impact on the faith and welfare of the local people.
Among the priests ordained this year in the U.S., 22% are Latinos, though the figure is still considerably lower than the overall proportion of U.S. Catholics who are Latino.
Archbishop Domenico Sorrentino shares the faithful legacy of young Blessed Carlo Acutis, who is buried in the hometown of St. Francis, and those who saved Jews in the Umbrian city during World War II.
At a recent event in New Rochelle sponsored by the Pave the Way Foundation, knowledgeable Jewish and Church leaders recounted the efforts that spared the lives of every Jew within diocesan borders in World War II.
Older men and women continue to bear the brunt of sickness, death and isolation. They are weary but holding steady.
South of the US border, nations have struggled to cope with the consequences of the pandemic.