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Sanctuary Course for Catholics - Coursebook

Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries
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Sanctuary Course for Catholics - Coursebook 

This coursebook can be purchased for individual use or for group sessions of the Sanctuary Course for Catholics program. Access to the video content, along with other resources for this program,

can be purchased through the Parousia On Demand video Platform, by clicking this link.

 

Contact us to discuss 'Bulk Pricing Options' for group studies (orders@parousiamedia.com)

 

What is The Sanctuary Course for Catholics?

One in four people will be affected by a mental health problem at some point in their lives, yet the stigma surrounding mental illness silences many and prevents faith communities from responding compassionately and effectively. This eight-session course—designed for use in small groups—explores the realities of mental health and illness, as well as the vital need for faith-based community conversations about these topics. The sessions are accompanied by compelling films that feature the stories of Catholics living with mental health challenges, along with the insights of archbishops, theologians, and psychologists.

 

Who should participate in this course?

The Sanctuary Course for Catholics is designed to raise awareness and start conversations in local parishes regarding mental health. Your group might include:

  • People with questions about mental health
  • Mental health professionals with a wealth of knowledge to share
  • Leaders or religious educators who want to engage their community in mental health conversations
  • People supporting loved ones with mental health problems
  • People living with mental health problems

The Sanctuary Course for Catholics is for anyone who wants to learn about faith and mental health. It requires no previous training or expertise—just a willingness to engage in dialogue with your faith community. 

What does it cover?

Over the course of the eight weeks, participants will explore topics such as:

  • Understanding mental health and illness
  • Challenging stigma
  • The recovery journey
  • Companionship
  • Self-care
  • The role of community in mental health recovery

Each topic is explored from a psychological, social, and theological perspective. 

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Sanctuary Course for Catholics - Coursebook 

This coursebook can be purchased for individual use or for group sessions of the Sanctuary Course for Catholics program. Access to the video content, along with other resources for this program,

can be purchased through the Parousia On Demand video Platform, by clicking this link.

 

Contact us to discuss 'Bulk Pricing Options' for group studies (orders@parousiamedia.com)

 

What is The Sanctuary Course for Catholics?

One in four people will be affected by a mental health problem at some point in their lives, yet the stigma surrounding mental illness silences many and prevents faith communities from responding compassionately and effectively. This eight-session course—designed for use in small groups—explores the realities of mental health and illness, as well as the vital need for faith-based community conversations about these topics. The sessions are accompanied by compelling films that feature the stories of Catholics living with mental health challenges, along with the insights of archbishops, theologians, and psychologists.

 

Who should participate in this course?

The Sanctuary Course for Catholics is designed to raise awareness and start conversations in local parishes regarding mental health. Your group might include:

  • People with questions about mental health
  • Mental health professionals with a wealth of knowledge to share
  • Leaders or religious educators who want to engage their community in mental health conversations
  • People supporting loved ones with mental health problems
  • People living with mental health problems

The Sanctuary Course for Catholics is for anyone who wants to learn about faith and mental health. It requires no previous training or expertise—just a willingness to engage in dialogue with your faith community. 

What does it cover?

Over the course of the eight weeks, participants will explore topics such as:

  • Understanding mental health and illness
  • Challenging stigma
  • The recovery journey
  • Companionship
  • Self-care
  • The role of community in mental health recovery

Each topic is explored from a psychological, social, and theological perspective. 

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