Meeting Mental Illness With Grace: Virtual Mass & Conversation
On Sunday, October 25th, at 2:00 pm, the Archdiocese will host The Annual Mass for Mental Illness Awareness in support of people with mental illnesses, families, friends, and mental healthcare providers.
In these unprecedented times, mental health is in the forefront of our concerns. We know our faith is a key part of our being well. Whether you, a family member, or a friend are experiencing mental health conditions for the first time or for a long time, the annual mass is a time for all to pray together and share our similar journeys.
This year will be different but still with the same purpose of caring and supporting one another. Via Zoom Meeting, there will be opening comments from Cardinal Cupich, we will celebrate mass, and then have an opportunity for casual conversations.
Register in advance by using the following link and we will send you the “log on” link to the mass: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZElcOuhqjMiE9226fZcBwwAUJkpsuiGdik6
For more information contact: Deacon Tom Lambert at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by: Archdiocese of Chicago Commission on Mental Illness and Faith & Fellowship
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