Healing is possible!
Surviving Divorce is a 14-week program in which participants will find hope, healing and community. It covers topics such as shock and grief, anger and forgiveness, money issues, dealing with children and a former spouse, and annulment and remarriage.
The April 7 – July 7, 2018 Surviving Divorce being held at St. Monica's is now under way. Sorry, but we are no longer accepting registrations.
If you missed this class there addition opportunities available:
One is at St. Mark the Evangelist in Norman and starts May 10, 2018—registration is open now. You can find more details here and sign-up here.
We're also in the planning stages for our next Edmond class in Fall 2018. Check back here for details.
Hope and Healing for the Catholic Family
Have you suffered a divorce or separation and felt fear, condemnation, isolation, or disenfranchisement? The Catholic Church is not here to condemn, but to facilitate healing that only God can offer. Join others in a small group setting during which time particpants will work through the emotional upheaval of separation and divorce. Learn about Church teachings on divorce, the annulment process, and tools that can help you manage difficult feelings and situations related to divorce or separation.
The Catholic Church inspires movement toward God even when things in your life seem difficult. Divorce does not have to define you. Instead, you can use your experience as an opportunity to move foward living in submission to God's will through fellowship with Him.
The Surviving Divorce program was created to bring hope and healing to those who have experienced the pain and loneliness of a broken marriage. It is for the newly separated and divorced and those still struggling with issues many years later. It will help them answer their questions, restore hope, and begin authentic healing.
This program will help you:
- Work through the emotional upheaval of separation and divorce.
- Find personal healing and hope.
- Discover a deeper understanding of God’s love for you.
- Gain wisdom and comfort from experts and others who share your experiences.
- Navigate new concerns like custody, court hearings, and finances.