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Embracing the Coexistence of Joy and Sorrow

By Ari Anderson / 2022-04-21
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While reflecting on my life today, a witty phrase popped into my head. I laughed to myself as I thought, “I don’t have to go

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Walking in Love

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2022-04-13
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Sister Hope – Tech Based Support

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2022-03-21
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Affirming Accompaniment in a Mental Health Pandemic

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2022-03-09
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We’re All Rare in Our Own Ways

By Halsey Blocher / 2022-02-25
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Whenever my family and I meet new SMA specialists, they’re usually rather perplexed by me. They watch in amazement and excitement as my abilities defy

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Holiday Anxiety Prayer Can Help

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2022-02-02
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Fr. Cabras, is a Roman Catholic Priest, ordained in 2019, and a member of the Capuchin Franciscan Province of St. Joseph from 2011. Fr. Cabras as Capuchin Franciscan; he was coordinator of a social justice program for the homeless, assistant staff member for an adult day program for adults with developmental disabilities, and case manager for persons experiencing homelessness to provide regional resources; he also offers sacramental ministries to a local Catholic community.

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An Introduction to Parish Advocacy Ministry for Diocesan Leaders

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2022-01-25
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Learn the benefits of having a network of parish disability contacts/advocates in a diocese.

1. Laying the Foundation for Sustainable Ministry
2. Initial and Ongoing Training
3. Ongoing Support and Sustainability

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NCPD Live – Autism Appreciation Month with Andrew Bennett

By National Catholic Partnership on Disability / 2022-01-24
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Andrew Bennett’s experience living with autism positions him in a unique role in his quest to define, come to terms with, and live out his vocation as a Catholic man. April 27, 2021.

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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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