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  • Grief to Grace

On October 17th 2022, the Grief to Grace team collaborated with Baroness Sheila Hollins (one of the founding members of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors) in a very moving evening organised by the Parish of Our Lady of Sorrows, Effingham, Surrey.

This was a parish initiative designed to give people the opportunity to hear about the abuse crisis in the Church and what’s being done about it, but principally to provide a safe space in which to share their own thoughts and reactions to it. It represented a real desire to change the culture at a grass roots level and embrace Safeguarding which includes concrete measures for hearing and healing survivors.

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  • Grief to Grace

In November, Fr Dominic, was invited to address the clergy and safeguarding team of Menevia Diocese, gathered in Swansea. He gave a whole-day workshop detailing the psychological effects and chronic legacy of abuse; the spiritual impact of abuse; what Scripture and the Fathers of the Church have to say about it, and an explanation of the Grief to Grace programme as a paradigm for how to bring healing to survivors.







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Part of our mission is outreach and education. In September our Pastoral Director, Fr Dominic, was invited to address the Scottish Bishops’ Conference at their autumn plenary held at the Royal Scots College, in Salamanca. He gave a whole-day workshop detailing the psychological effects and chronic legacy of abuse; the spiritual impact of abuse; what Scripture and the Fathers of the Church have to say about it, and an explanation of the Grief to Grace programme as a paradigm for how to bring healing to survivors. Following this, there are plans being made to launch the Grief to Grace programme in Scotland. Please keep this intention in your prayers!

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