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Father Michael Lapsley addresses the healing of trauma, Part 1

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“UBUNTU” in the Xhosa culture means: “I am because we are.”

On Veterans Day, November 11th, it is good to recognize that many of the women and men who have served at war in Afghanistan and other foreign countries return to their homes without adequate support for the trauma they have experienced.

Trauma is an invisible wound. We have learned a lot about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and identified it in individuals engaged in current wars, but soldiers … Continue reading

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Religions as revolutions

By guest author Majed Ashy, Ph.D. From the time of… Moses, who helped guide the Israelis out of slavery and oppression to freedom, to Jesus, who preached equality and love and changed the whole human understanding of power structures, to … Continue reading

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