“I am with you always”…A promise from God

I will admit that there are times my symptoms get the better of me. I have dark thoughts and dreams, and I have to struggle to get out of bed. Perhaps this is a situation you can relate to, dear reader. Yet in the midst of my sufferings I take solace in the fact that […]

Behold your Mother…What does it mean to Catholics with mental illness?

Take a moment to imagine it… The hill of Calvary outside Jerusalem, approxamitely 33AD. An innocent man from Nazareth named Jesus is being crucified while His mother, the apostle John, and a handful of other disciples watched. In His agony He already forgave his executioners (Luke 23:34) and a repentant thief (Luke 23:43). Even in […]