As you explore the concept of Spiritual Healing this month you may wish to take advantage of some additional resources:
|Finding God in Troubled Times
Richard J. Hauser, S.J.
When bad things happen, where is God? Or, we may even be tempted to ask, Is there a God? Finding God in Troubled Times offers meaningful answers to all those who have found their faith challenged by difficult experiences.
|Simple Acts of Moving Forward
60 Suggestions for Getting Unstuck
Vinita Hampton Wright
In Simple Acts of Moving Forward, author and workshop leader Vinita Hampton Wright offers simple but profound solutions to the problem of getting stuck in our lives, providing us with the help we need to move forward again.
|Prayers of Christian Consolation
William G. Storey
This book of Catholic prayers for times of hardship offers consolation to those who suffer sickness, pain, and loss, and reminds those who are dealing with hardship that God in Christ is ever present to them.
|Twenty Poems to Nourish Your Soul
Charles Reynard and Judith Valente
These poems for the soul assure us, in moving language, that God can be found in all things, and that grace blesses even the most simple moments of our daily lives.
|Writing to Be Whole
A Healing Journal
Eddie Ensley and Robert Herrmann
Writing to be Whole: A Healing Journal guides us to emotional and spiritual wholeness by teaching us how to write out our prayers.
|Wishing You Well
Prayers and Poems for Comfort,
Healing, and Recovery
Wishing You Well is a collection of prayers and poems of comfort for anyone in the midst of pain or sickness.
|Facing Pain, Finding Hope
A Physician Examines Pain, Faith, and the Healing Stories of Jesus
Daniel Hurley, MD
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Coping with illness is never easy, but we can find hope in the midst of our suffering when we look to Jesus, the ultimate physician.
|Longing for My Child
Reflections for Parents and Siblings after
a Child’s Death
Christine O’Keeffe Lafser
Childhood death leaves parents, siblings, family, and friends devastated at a life lost too soon. In a series of touching profiles written by parents and siblings, the lives of infants, children, teenagers, and even adult children are remembered and celebrated.
|Handbook for Those Who Grieve
What You Should Know and What You Can Do during Times of Loss
Martin M. Auz
Maureen Lyons Andrews
Handbook for Those Who Grieve is a valuable resource guide that provides practical information for people who are grieving and the people who support them in their time of grief.
Revelations and Epiphanies
An award-winning Catholic writer and editor of Portland Magazine, Doyle eloquently writes about life and death, miracles and the mundane, fear and faith. As he writes about the faith, Doyle beautifully and powerfully captures the Catholic lay spirit.
|When the Dying Speak
How to Listen to and Learn from Those Facing Death
In this collection of poignant and hope-filled stories about people who are dealing with death, Ronald Wooten-Green draws on his experience as a caregiver for his dying wife to give us a glimpse of the spiritual reality known only by those nearing death.
|When Hope Is Tried
Meditations for Those Who Are Ill and the People Who Love Them
These meditations encourage others dealing with illness—and the people who care for them—to discover that God’s grace is enough. Includes Scripture passages, meditations, short prayers, and suggested Bible readings.