Blog Posts in June, 2018

How to Process Grief as a Catholic

When a loved one dies, it is natural to grieve. Grief is universal, even among people of faith. Catholics, however, as all Christians, can look to 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18, and not grieve “as ...
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Collective Trauma: Grief after a National Tragedy

In the wake of a tragedy such as the Parkland Shooting, we collectively grieve. Even though we may not have known the victims personally, it’s hard to process such a complex emotion as grief. We ...
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