Bishop Robert Barron
September 16, 2015
Catholic Church Teaching on Human Life and Suicide:
Worrying claim in Britain: Professor Patrick Pullicino said doctors had turned the use of a controversial ‘death pathway’ into the equivalent of euthanasia of the elderly
“The Catholic Guide to Depression,” by Aaron Kheriaty, MD and Fr. John Cihak, STD.
- We Pray and Meditate
- We study (spiritual works, like the scripture)
- We pour ourselves out in loving service to others
- We evangelize. A Christians talks about his faith — he is not ashamed. A person in AA or another 12 Step recovery program, does 12 Step work.
Many people have said to us that the four signs of a “dynamic Catholic” are also the characteristics of many Christians of all denominations and people in recovery programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous.
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