THE BEGINNING EXPERIENCE PROGRAM
CATHOLIC DIVORCED MINISTRY (English)
Since 1974, NACSDC has been committed to the healing and recovery of those who have experienced separation and divorce.
Divorced, Catholic. Now What?
This book is written to address the core challenges every Catholic experiences with divorce from the perspective of their Catholic faith. Living the Catholic faith is the key to recovering from divorce.
Divorce and Beyond
When a marriage ends it is more than a separation of two people. It is a death of an important part of their lives. Divorce and Beyond, the popular program for adults who have gone through a recent divorce, offers readers the support and guidance they need to help them through the divorcing process.
Más Allá del Divorcio: El Camino Hacia la Sanación
Cuando un matrimonio termina es más que una separación de dos personas. Es la muerte de una parte importante de sus vidas. Más Allá del Divorcio: El Camino Hacia la Sanación, el popular programa para adultos que han pasado por un divorcio reciente, ofrece a los lectores el apoyo y la guía que necesitan para ayudarlos en el proceso de divorcio.
Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends
Rebuilding features Fisher’s “divorce process rebuilding blocks,” a proven nineteen-step process for putting one’s life back together after divorce. The “rebuilding” model makes the process healthier and less traumatic for those who are divorcing or divorced – and their children.
Prayers for Catholics Experiencing Divorce
Prayers for Catholics Experiencing Divorce are forty-four prayers to help Catholics experiencing divorce heal the hurt as they rediscover themselves and their self-worth.
When Parents Divorce or Separate
Divorce and separation are painful experiences, particularly for children. Children may not fully understand what is happening between their parents. They may think that they are at fault, or feel like they are caught in the middle. As the divorce or separation unfolds and major changes in family structure and dynamics start to take place, children may become overwhelmed by their reactions.
Making Your Way After Your Parent’s Divorce
This book takes an honest look at the effects that divorce can have in the life of a teenager or young adult, and the ways that they can move toward healing and forgiveness after parents’ divorce. Although aimed at teenagers and young adults, this book is a valuable resource for counselors, ministers, religious educators, social workers, and divorced parents themselves. Ideal for both individual and group use.
Parenting After Divorce. Resolving Conflicts and Meeting Your Children’s Needs
Stahl knows parents are not perfect, and he uses that knowledge to show imperfect parents how to settle their differences in the best interests of the children. Packed with real-world examples, this book avoids idealistic assumptions, and offers practical help for divorcing parents, custody evaluators, family court counselors, marriage and family therapists and others interested in the best interests of the children.
The Divorced Catholic’s Guide to Parenting
Throughout this book, Lynn’s thoughtful advice reveals how the Catholic Faith and its teachings are the key to loving your children through divorce and preparing them to live full, joyful lives.