August 11, 2016

It’s easy to get sucked into what I call the "culture of divorce" – living an "anything goes" type of self-indulgent lifestyle – because of the sadness, loneliness, and heartache that comes after an unwanted divorce. If you are struggling with this culture of divorce I'd like to share this moving story with you, and a few suggestions to help you find the real path to healing. Read more

August 9, 2016

We have all been through great hurts in our lives, especially those who have experienced divorce. We are called to love our enemies as well as our neighbors but how can we love someone who has betrayed us so badly? So deliberately? So insensitively? Read more

August 5, 2016

Divorce is devastating and brings with it many painful decisions that need to be made, one of those being whether or not to continue wearing your wedding ring. When you take off your ring and what you do with it is deeply personal. A Million Unheard Souls contributor, Amanda Rose, offers some suggestions to help you make your decision. Read more

August 2, 2016

Loneliness is a real problem in our society according to some experts, and many divorced men and women struggle with this. Author and contributor Heather Voccola speaks from her heart and her personal experience,  offering 5 excellent ways to make positive use of your time and overcome loneliness. Not everyone who gets divorced struggles with being lonely, but a great many Catholics do, and that loneliness compounds the pain of being divorced. In my own experience, the remedy for this is an... Read more

July 29, 2016

Back in 1997, and after about two years of waiting, I received a decree of nullity, which is more commonly known as an “annulment.” This was not a “jump for joy” moment for me because I never wanted to divorce in the first place. Despite all the betrayal and pain that had occurred, I would have stayed married and would have worked to improve my relationship with my spouse. But even so, there was a sense of relief that came... Read more

July 27, 2016

Got enemies? Pope Francis has some tough advice. Can you take it? In this poignant article that may be hard to swallow for some, contributor Amanda Rose illustrates the beauty and the necessity of forgiving those who have deeply wounded us. Read more

July 22, 2016

Many people equate divorce with losing a spouse through death. But, when a spouse dies, the community descends upon the surviving spouse with an outpouring of flowers, meals, sympathy cards and compassionate attention. None of this happens when someone goes through a divorce. That's why I began writing daily reflections to send to my friends whom I knew were suffering through divorce; 365 reflections that are now contained in my new book, "A Road To Healing." Read more

July 20, 2016

When someone hurts us… it's our natural tendency to want revenge. We want to get even and settle the score. An eye for an eye, and maybe even a little more. But justice is not revenge, so how do we deal with those who have unjustly offended us? Read more

July 18, 2016

It’s easy to put a saint on a pedestal and decide that nothing they wrote or said could possibly apply to you, but when you experience moments of darkness, especially during or after divorce, one saint in particular is waiting to assist you and help you persevere. Read more

July 14, 2016

It’s sad to know these Catholics leave because they don’t feel welcome, especially when we fellow Catholics should be "workers in the field hospital after the battle." So the question arises, why not start over at a different church? Read more

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