Emotions 101: What most Catholics Don’t Know

We can carry a lot of negative thoughts about our emotions. They’re too much, not enough, good, bad, painful, etc.. But what if we just felt them? While the stonefaced #stoic life may seem more appealing than the out-of-control #triggered culture, these are two extremes that run contrary to Christian living and the theology of […]

December 2, 2020

We can carry a lot of negative thoughts about our emotions. They’re too much, not enough, good, bad, painful, etc.. But what if we just felt them?

While the stonefaced #stoic life may seem more appealing than the out-of-control #triggered culture, these are two extremes that run contrary to Christian living and the theology of our bodies.

In this episode, we are going to address some common misconceptions about emotions, what our Catholic Church teaches about “the passions”, and the benefits of actually feeling and processing emotions.

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