From the Behavioral Health Ministry
“Holy listening, that is, listening in the context of the healing presence of God, means hearing what a person tells us and letting their story unfold at their pace. It affirms a person’s dignity and value. Their story is a sacred story.”
People with mental illness and their families may feel isolated from their faith community and thus isolated from God. The joy of life is knowing we are loved by God and one another. The Lambert’s will speak from their over 30 years experience of ministry with and for people with mental illness and their families.
Don’t worry—I am with you. Don’t be afraid—I am your God. I will make you strong and help you. I will support you with my right hand that brings victory. Isaiah 41: 10
Spirituality and Mental Illness
Providing spiritual support to those struggling with mental health issues and their families
September 29, 2020
Deacon Tom Lambert, Archdiocese of Chicago
Rita Lambert, Spiritual Director
A Zoom Presentation
Live-streamed from 7:00–8:30 pm or available on St. Thomas website following the presentation.
Registration required for access to the Zoom presentation.
Watch for further information in the bulletin and website. To register, contact Susan Kearney at 630.355.8980, x108 or firstname.lastname@example.org.