Hope and healing are available for those who are separated or divorced.
For the newly separated and divorced, as well as for those still struggling with issues many years later, we invite you to join us for Surviving Divorce. Together we will help each other answer questions, restore hope, and begin authentic healing from the pain and loneliness of a broken marriage. Program facilitators Cathie Cassano and Deacon Josh McDonald have been through it and are here to help.
Join us at St. John Vianney Church in South Burlington, for this twelve-session program, beginning Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 6:30PM. To register, or for more information, contact Deacon Josh at email@example.com or 802-857-8841.
7 Things Catholics Should Know About Divorce, from Franciscan Media
- Non-divorced Catholics often come across as judgmental of the divorced.
- Not every marriage was “joined by God” even if it took place in a church.
- The divorced do not have to justify themselves.
- Sometimes, divorce changes one’s life for the better.
- Divorced persons don’t need to marry again to be happy.
- Some divorced persons hope their experiences makes you question assumptions about your marriage.
- Every marriage ends.
Read the full article from Franciscan Media
Resources from: Hope, Healing & Outreach for Catholics Who Are Separated or Divorced Workshop
November 8, 2018 in Burlington
Resources for separated and divorced Catholics
- Resources for Difficulties Married Couples Face
- Frequently Asked Questions about Divorce
- Resources for Divorced Catholics from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops
- Lisa Duffy: Author, Blogger, Relationship and Divorce Recovery Expert
- Rose Sweet: Catholic Author and Speaker
- Help for Children
- Declaration of nullity
“Such persons need to feel not as excommunicated members of the Church, but instead as living members, able to live and grow … along the path of life and the Gospel.” —Pope Francis, Amoris Laetitia, 299