Proclaiming the Good News in Creative Ways

Proclaiming the Good News in Creative Ways

September 29, 2011
Desert Spirituality

Desert Spirituality

February 17, 2012
Solid as a Rock: Solid in Your Faith

Solid as a Rock: Solid in Your Faith

April 9, 2013
Rising From Rejection

Rising From Rejection

July 23, 2017
Runaway Teens

Runaway Teens

December 18, 2016
Oh Come Let Us Adore HIM!

Oh Come Let Us Adore HIM!

December 25, 2016
What Good Is Prayer?

What Good Is Prayer?

August 9, 2020
Being Poor in Spirit

Being Poor in Spirit

March 26, 2011

 

 

 

 

Sadness, although can sometimes be helped with professional help, it doesn’t always require it and is a normal reaction to the losses we experience. When we recognize sadness as a natural occurrence that comes to us all from time to time, we are better able to help ourselves and others through the challenge. Jesus experienced sadness throughout His life on earth. We can learn from His example, as well as look to Him for support during our sad times.

 

 

It’s never easy to leave things or people and move on to something new and unknown.  But whether we recognize it or not, we grow and mature through times of transition in our lives.  And while we may want to hang on to life as it once was, we can’t let fear hold us back. Being able to transition smoothly is key to our recovery and can determine how quickly we can move on. With special guests from Active Catholic Teens Youth Group from the Church of St. Ann in Lawrenceville, New Jersey

 

To cope with suffering is part of what it means to be human.   At some point in our life,  we all face suffering or hardship; whether this be the death or serious illness of aloved one, or personal suffering due to physical, emotional or mental pain.  The question to answer is; what do we do with this suffering?  Can we offer it up to God?  What does this even mean?  Choosing how we approach our suffering is important.  How can our suffering help someone else?  How can we learn how to transform our suffering into holiness?