‘Sound of Freedom’ has now topped box office charts. Register writer Patti Armstrong has followed the movie’s production, its success and its serious subject matter — human trafficking. Then we turn to a subject not easy to speak about but that everyone faces at some point in life — grief. We explore how to ‘Grieve the Catholic Way: Seeking Heavenly Help Through Sorrow and Trauma.’ And then don’t forget Grandparents’ Day July 23.
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‘No matter the situation, God is bigger.’
Church and online communities offer needed support.
A bereaved Catholic mother and a local pastor share their thoughts about how to cope with such horrors.
In her new book, Jennifer Hubbard shows how suffering can become redemptive.
How should one grieve as a Catholic?
Why on Earth? A Psychiatrist, Philosopher, Comedian and Theologian Discuss Darkness, Suicide and Hope
All of human experience — including its most tragic elements — needs to be brought into the light so we can better understand that we are created in love, fallen in sin, and redeemed by an all-loving God.
The archbishops emphasized that Church officials were in talks with public health agencies and the government about the reopening of churches, which were closed March 24.
“The sword would not have reached Jesus if it had not pierced Mary’s heart.” —St. Bernard