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Prayers for life: How to Overcome Sadness and Depression

Hello dear reader! It gives me great honor to introduce this week’s guest video blog entry. Angela Enos is a retired worship leader, and children and youth pastor. Angela is the founder of Prayers for Life, an online prayer school. Her powerful teachings and prayers energize and encourage God’s people, bringing them to a place of […]

Changing Jobs During Covid?

Hello dear reader! Recently I changed jobs during the Covid epicemic and I wanted to share this experience with you. I had reached a dead end with my previous job. Morale was low, all I did was go home and sleep, weekends were devoid of joy……I’m sure most of you have been there at some […]

The Annunciation and Catholic Mental Health

Editor’s note: this is a reprint from last year, remixed and touched up. Enjoy! “Behold the handmaid of the Lord…” With a few simple words Mary changed the course of her life and the course of human history. But what does it mean to behold something? Webster’s dictionary defines the word “behold” as “to see, […]

A Bit of the Ole Music Therapy For Mental Illness Volume 2 – Sgt. Pepper

Hello Dear Reader! If you are anything like me, the last 2 weeks have done little to inspire you. Between Covid-19 and the murder of George Floyd, it’s all been enough to make you question the meaning of it all. The United States is literally burning. Now more than ever we need Mother Mary and […]

Works of Mercy You Can Do Right Now and Why You Should Do Them

Hello dear reader! Pope Francis recently consecrated the world to the Virgin Mary in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. This got me thinking about one of the Virgin Mary’s many titles; the Mother of Mercy. Our Lady’s words to St. Brigid of Sweden state this plainly; “I am the Queen of Heaven and the Mother […]

Don’t Let Your Illness Take Away What You Love!

Sometimes, things happen that don’t make a lick of sense. Sometimes, when we’re walking down the road, minding our own business, we end up in weird places without realising it and it can cause a lot of damage. This happened to me quite recently. Sunday morning, right before I went to bed, the mental hellhounds […]