How to navigate ‘gaslighting’ as Catholics

What is “gaslighting” and how should Catholics respond? Nicole Snook writes about how this term has become a “prevalent concept utilized by many, ranging from one’s acquaintances to media personalities and political figures.” Delving into the topic, she asks professionals for their

How one bishop regained hope after depression

Six years ago, Bishop James D. Conley of Lincoln, Nebraska, began to notice he was no longer able to sleep.

The year 2018 had started well -- "wonderful in probably every way," he told OSV News -- but the warming weather soon turned

How faith assists us with mental health challenges

In the nation's capital -- where stress, anxiety and mental health challenges sometimes impact the lives and work of those in government service, in legal and other professions, and individuals and families -- St. Joseph Church on Capitol Hill hosted a "Come

‘High Anxiety’ need not win

Mel Brooks’ movie, “High Anxiety,” was released in 1977. It was a comical satire of Alfred Hitchcock’s horror movies, such as “Psycho,” “The Birds” and “Vertigo.” But today, anxiety is no laughing matter. It has spread through our culture more widely and

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