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Week 4: Healing

Now that we’ve examined issues such as anxiety, addiction, suicide, and grief, in this final week of Ave Explores: Stress, Anxiety, and Mental Health, you’ll learn about healing and forgiveness.

In this final video, Katie Prejean McGrady encourages all who are struggling with mental health issues to seek—without shame—professional help. Sharing her own experience with anxiety, she reminds us that Jesus cares about our mental health and is with us in the midst of the struggle, not as a substitute for professional help, but as a grace we are given from the Lord who loves us unconditionally.

Bob Schuchts, founder of the John Paul II Healing Center, retired counselor, and bestselling author of Be Healed, shares how healing wounded hearts helps us grow in wholeness and holiness.  Greg Popcak, founder and executive director of the Pastoral Solutions Institute and author and coauthor of a number of books on family and relationships, writes about the four essential habits that help married couples to remain close when life is difficult.

On this week’s Ave Explores podcast, Prejean McGrady talks about healing and forgiveness with Sr. Miriam James Heidland, S.O.L.T., and Fr. John Burns, popular Catholic speakers and authors.

 

Podcast with Sr. Miriam James Heidland, S.O.L.T., and Fr. John Burns

Popular Catholic speakers and authors Sr. Miriam James Heidland, S.O.L.T., and Fr. John Burns join Katie Prejean McGrady to talk about forgiveness and healing.



 
Healing is Essential

Bob Schuchts, founder of the John Paul II Healing Center and a retired counselor, shares how healing wounded hearts helps us grow in wholeness and holiness.



 
Four Ways to Keep Your Relationship Afloat In Tough Times

Dr. Greg Popcak, founder and executive director of the Pastoral Solutions Institute, writes about the four essential habits that help married couples to remain close when life is difficult.