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The complexities of healing and forgiveness in the emotional aftermath of traumatic events often result in feelings of isolation in one's faith community. Survivor, Wendy Redroad, offers an innovative program where divine purpose is discovered in the passions. Professional recommendations & inspiration.

Mission
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nlighten faith communities to the unspoken needs of the traumatized.
Defend human dignity.
Initiate an affirming forgiveness program.
Foster sustainable transformation.
Yield to mercy--with justice.
 

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What are the passions?

"The passions are the feelings, the emotions or the movement of the sensible appetite--natural components of human psychology--which incline a person to act or not act in view of what is perceived as good or evil. The principle passions are love and hatred, desire and fear, joy, sadness, and anger."

(Compendium CCC, 370. Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2006) The Compendioum's source on this topic is the teaching of St. Thomas Aquinas.

Friday, April 3, 2020 3:01 PM

Mad at Him

Friday, April 3, 2020 3:01 PM
Friday, April 3, 2020 3:01 PM

April is Child Abuse Prevention & Sexual Assault Awareness Month


April 3

It's okay to be mad at God. He's big, and he can take it.

A wise woman spoke these words to me in 1999. I tested her words. I practically dared God to strike me with lightening!

God was not roused to anger by my expressed rage. He smoothed the jagged edges of my broken heart with unconditional love. 

Dear God,

THIS is how I really feel . . . 

 

We cannot overcome what we deny,

Wendy

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