- Oct 28, 2020
While belief in the Real Presence has declined sharply among American Catholics, one ministry is placing the Eucharist at the center of its expanded efforts to combat addiction.
A woman recounts her story of being addicted to opioids.
A leading expert in cyberpsychology has raised concerns about the impact early access to technology could have on child development, including how easy it is for kids to find age-inappropriate sexual content.
On Sept. 29 the Arlington Diocese will host its first conference on the issue — “Seeking Hope & Healing in the Midst of the Opioid Crisis” — to look at how it is impacting families and how the Church can address this crisis.
Parish life, peer education and public-private partnerships are needed to combat addiction, said Darren Butler, national coordinator of the Irish Bishops’ Drugs Initiative during an Aug. 22 presentation at the World Meeting of Families 2018 in Dublin.
A family in New Jersey discusses their son’s story of opioid addiction and how their faith helped them deal with his death.