Tag Archive: #parishnurse

Mental Health Grace Prayer Circle

Posted on February 6, 2023
Do you or someone you love need prayers for a mental health concern? Often, when mental health is the issue, we hesitate in seeking prayer support. The Mental Health Ministry team would like to change that. We would like to [read more...]

The Art of Kindness

Posted on February 6, 2023
Kindness is more than behavior. The art of kindness means harboring a spirit of helpfulness, as well as being generous and considerate, and doing so without expecting anything in return. Kindness is a quality of being. The act of giving [read more...]

Why You Should Pick a New Hobby

Posted on January 30, 2023
Sometimes the hardest part of a hobby is picking the actual hobby. The research and decision-making can be stressful enough. But according to Dr. Eric Smiltneek, a family medicine and addiction medicine doctor at Aurora Behavioral Health, it is important [read more...]

An Evening of Prayer, Connection, and Hope

Posted on January 16, 2023
Moving Forward In Hope Join us for an evening of Prayer, Connection & Hope Sponsored by the Archdiocese Commission on Mental Illness. Moving Forward in Hope’s goal is to create a safe place for those living with or those caring [read more...]

Dealing With Isolation

Posted on January 16, 2023
During the grey of winter, we can at times feel isolated or be affected by seasonal affective disorder. These feelings may affect our ability to pray as we would like to. One of the ways to manage these feelings is [read more...]

What You Need to Know about Shoveling Snow

Posted on January 16, 2023
Have you ever heard of “heart attack snow?” It’s not a myth. So, before you pick up a shovel to clean the snow around your property, there are some things you should keep in mind. If you are healthy and [read more...]

3 Ways Good Friends Can Help Us Feel Healthier

Posted on December 26, 2022
We’ve all felt it — talking with or spending time with a good friend gives us an emotional boost. But did you know having a good friend can improve our physical health, too? With the often-over-use of social media, real [read more...]

Holiday Stress and Mental Health

Posted on December 13, 2022
From the Archdiocese Commission on Mental Illness & NAMI (The National Alliance on Mental Illness) The Archdiocese Commission on Mental Illness has an article with ideas on handling holiday stress. Here are a few tips from the article. Click HERE [read more...]