Articles on this issue "mental illness"
Depression is a much misunderstood illness, and one Catholic psychiatrist warns that people of religious faith might have their own particular misunderstandings about it. Dr. Aaron Kheriaty …read more
The bishops of New York State have published a pastoral letter regarding people who suffer mental illness. The letter, titled, ‘For I am Lonely and Afflicted’: Toward a Just Response to the …read more
Mental illness can happen to anyone, even good Catholics, the bishops of England and Wales are reminding the faithful there this weekend. Mental health is the theme of this year's Day for …read more
John Paul II's poetic "Roman Triptych," which has sold almost 1 million copies in 19 languages, will go on sale this year in Japanese and Bulgarian. In 2003, the Vatican Press, which has the …read more
Moved by the performance of an oratorio inspired by his own poetry, John Paul II told a group of seminarians and priests, "'Debitor factus sum.'" "I am in debt," he said Saturday, "to my Roman …read more
Here is Part II of John Paul II's "Roman Triptych," the poetic "Meditations" that appear signed for the first time without a pseudonym. Part I, "The Stream," is a contemplative meditation on …read more
Here is a translation of John Paul IIs address at todays general audience. * * * 1. The ancient canticle of the People of God, which we just heard, resounded in the temple of Jerusalem. To be …read more