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Preparing for Surgery, I Search for a New Mantra

By Ari Anderson / 2022-01-20
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I like the saying, “It’s always darkest before the dawn,” but I think it’s overused. We should come up with other phrases that mean the

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Spanish Sensory Friendly Masses

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2022-01-13
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Sensory Friendly Masses

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2022-01-12
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This learning session provides information on creating an accepting environment for persons with disabilities by providing accommodations during Mass so they can have meaningful participation and experience in the Eucharistic celebration.

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Holiday Anxiety: Prayer Can Help!

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2021-12-15
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Sensory Friendly Masses

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2021-12-08
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Together for Mental Health: Awareness and Action for a Culture of Acceptance

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2021-10-26
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Jennifer L.K. Charles, MSW, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor at the National Catholic School of Social Service at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Charles’ research concentrates on the identification of and issues related to the stigma of mental illness. She is a member of the Council on Mental Illness.

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Test Display Options

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2021-10-14
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Together for Mental Health: Awareness and Action for a Culture of Acceptance

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2021-10-13
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Jennifer L.K. Charles, MSW, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor at the National Catholic School of Social Service at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Charles’ research concentrates on the identification of and issues related to the stigma of mental illness. She is a member of the Council on Mental Illness.

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Stigma. A Mark of Disgrace?

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2021-10-05
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NCPD Webinar: Depression and Faith

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2021-07-28
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Mike Eisenbath was an award-winning sportswriter for 23 years, including 18 at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch with duties that included covering the St. Louis Cardinals and Major League Baseball. Severe depression forced him out of that career. He continues to write, with a monthly column in the St. Louis Review, his www.eisenbath.com website and several other Catholic websites featuring reflections on topics such as his faith and mental illness. Mike is a frequent speaker and radio guest involving those subjects.

Among his three books is Hence My Eyes Are Turned Toward You: Confronting Depression With Faith and the Prayer of Jehoshaphat. He also is in formation with the Secular Carmelites.

Explore the relationship and impact that faith has on recovery for persons who live with depression.

Deacon Ed Shoener hosts.

For more information visit https://ncpd.org/.

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