Catholic experts offer practical advice in light of new screening recommendations.
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User’s Guide to Sunday, Dec. 12
Advent is more than half past and the frenzy of the holiday season is in high gear. How do we stay focused on the reason for Christmas? Msgr. Charles Pope brings us St. Paul’s 5-part plan for mental health. Then we turn back to the Supreme Court where oral argument was heard this week on the question: Can local governments discriminate based on religion in school choice programs? EWTN News’ legal analyst Andrea Picciotti Bayer has the story.
The U.S. has an assortment of laws on what is legal for mental-health professionals with regards to counseling transgender patients, leaving some Catholic professionals at risk of punishment if they don’t support ‘gender transition.’
COMMENTARY: The world’s greatest gymnast has shared with us lessons not only of exquisite athletic performance, but of humility, fortitude, prudence and loving care for her fellow teammates and competitors.
The coronavirus and restrictions aiming to limit its spread have hindered social and economic life as well as mental health care.
Surveys show a significant rise amid COVID-19 in mental-health issues, including suicidal thoughts, substance abuse, anxiety order and depression — with younger adults particularly at risk.
Learn the pitfalls that can make you a grouch, and the practices that have brought joy to so many of the saints.