Separated and Divorced Healing Ministry Schedule

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The Diocesan Separated & Divorced Healing Ministry Support Group meets every second and fourth Monday of the month (except holidays) from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Mount Carmel Spiritual Centre, 7020 Stanley Avenue, Niagara Falls. For a pamphlet or information call 905-356-4113 or 905-684-0154, or email separatedanddivorced@saintcd.com. To download S&D Healing Ministry pamphlet click here   Program Schedule

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Separated and Divorced Healing Ministry

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This support group seeks to make God’s love visible by extending compassion to those who are separated or divorced, by striving to create greater awareness that their anguish can become a source of new personal and spiritual growth for themselves and a source of grace for the whole community, while always affirming our Catholic teachings and values on marriage and family life.

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A Lifeline for Troubled Marriage This program is designed to support marriages in crisis and can be of assistance to couples who have separated, but are willing to work on their relationship to help repair the difficulties that exist. “…marriages may be made in heaven, but they sure take a lot of work on earth.” The weekend is not a […]

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Bishop Bergie’s CKTB Interview on Pope Francis’ Reforms of Annulment Procedures

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On September 8, the Holy See released a pair of documents by Pope Francis which reform the Church’s procedures for cases of marriage nullity. Listen to Bishop Gerard Bergie’s comments on the procedural changes in an interview with Tim Denis, 610 CKTB Radio, St. Catharines, September 10, 2015. Read more about Pope Francis’ reforms on the procedures for declarations of marriage nullity: […]

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Marriage Help

Separated and Divorced Healing Ministry This support group seeks to make God’s love visible by extending compassion to those who are separated or divorced, by striving to create greater awareness that their anguish can become a source of new personal and spiritual growth for themselves and a source of grace for the whole community, while always affirming our Catholic teachings […]

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