Sacred Sites of Notre Dame: Corby Hall

Posted by Rev. Aaron Michka, C.S.C. on Dec 15, 2020 7:04:00 AM

Corby Hall is the primary residence for the priests and brothers who work at the University of Notre Dame. It is our home in the heart of campus. Most members of Corby Hall actually live in student residence halls, which means that Corby Hall is not a house in the typical sense. Instead of a shared roof, what brings the men of Corby Hall together is our practice of having prayer and meals in common. It is through our worship and fellowship that we are restored and renewed for our ministry at Notre Dame.  

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Topics: Holy Spirit, prayer, pilgrimage, community, Fr. Ted Hesburgh CSC

Be Where Your Feet Are

Posted by Alex Wallace, MA, LMHC, CRC on Aug 19, 2020 2:53:27 PM

We are living in a time of great mental, emotional, and physical stress. In turn, taking care of ourselves, or allowing God to take care of us, is more important than ever before. For many, the words peacefulness, joy, and goodness—all fruits of the Holy Spirit—elicit a sort of desirable calmness. Fortunately, experiencing these fruits through leisure is possible. However, not all opportunities are created equal. What you do for leisure may make all the difference in helping you find what you are seeking. 

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Topics: Holy Spirit, providence, coronavirus, COVID-19 Resources, human flourishing, anxiety, leisure

Facing Anxiety with the Holy Spirit's Help

Posted by Alex Wallace, MA, LMHC, CRC on Jun 23, 2020 12:56:31 PM

Experiencing anxiety is a common problem that leads many people to seek counseling and therapy. Whether about work, family life, unexpected setbacks, one’s future, or one’s children and their problematic behaviors, anxiety-inducing events abound. Anxiety is the result of threats existing in our lives, whether real or perceived. For those experiencing problematic anxiety, it may be hard to distance from these threats. In the fortunate case that one is able to do so successfully, it is often not long before the threat and associated emotion returns. As a result, we may struggle to be the person God sees within us. We may experience less joy or be more likely to negatively impact the lives of those around us. Outbursts of anger, disputes, and dissension are also common with anxiety. We know that this anxiety is burdensome, but what is there to do about it?

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Topics: Holy Spirit, prayer, coronavirus, COVID-19 Resources, mental health, anxiety

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