Your Catholic faith is the key to your recovery from divorce
Let us help you tap into it.
The Most Effective Catholic Divorce Recovery Program Available
What’s In the Program
13 Session ProgramUse the core program that has helped so many of Catholics worldwide recover from divorce.
Program GuideThe Recovering from Divorce Program Guide guides you step-by-step down the path to hope and healing.
Video TestimonialsBe inspired by the testimonies of other divorced Catholics who have been through the program.
Prayer BookPrayers written especially for divorced Catholics help you feel connected to your faith.
Daily InspirationsReceive email inspirations daily to encourage and inspire you.
Weekly Online ChatWeekly online chat sessions allows you to ask questions and stay on track.
Personal CoachYou will be assigned a personal coach who will guide you every step of the way.
Bonus MaterialsBonus materials help insure your success.
What You Will Learn
Why Does It Hurt So Badly?
Learn why the emotional pain associated with divorce is equal to the grief experienced with the death of a loved one. Learn about the grief cycle and why going through it is so important to fully recovering from divorce.
What Does the Church Teach about Divorce
There is so much confusion and wrong information associated with a Catholic experiencing divorce. Can I still be Catholic? Can I still receive the sacraments? Can I ever get married again? What is an annulment and why do I need one? are just some of the questions addressed in this session.
Taking Care of Yourself
This session will teach you how to restore peace and well-being into your life using proven techniques to deal with the physical, emotional and spiritual challenges of divorce.
Christ the Great Healer
Christ didn’t stop healing after His ascension into Heaven. He continues His healing ministry in the present time. Learn how to tap into the healing power of the Divine Physician through your Catholic faith to help you fully recover from the wounds of divorce.
The Power of Prayer
Our Lord, the Blessed Mother, and all the saints are anxious to help at all times, but especially during difficult times. In this session learn the power of prayer and how to pray to our Heavenly allies to ask for their help.
Tapping Into the Sacraments
The sacraments are the most powerful gifts Christ gave the Church. Sadly, many Catholics don’t take advantage of them nearly enough. This session teaches the power of the sacraments, especially the Sacraments of the Eucharist and Reconciliation, to heal and provide the graces needed to weather to storm of divorce.
Anger is a normal emotion, especially when dealing with the reality of divorce. Learn the proper and healthy ways to use anger and the warning signs of when anger is not being channelled properly and what you can do to avoid its destructive consequences.
Dealing with Your Former Spouse
One of the most challenging aspects of divorce is dealing with the former spouse. This session gives key strategies in how to deal with a difficult former spouse, how to build a more cooperative relationship with them, and why a good working relationship with your former spouse is key to your children recovering from the divorce.
Why Did God Allow This To Happen?
This session deals squarely with the question of why would a loving God allow you to go through such an emotionally and physically destructive event as a divorce. Learn how God never abandons you no matter how alone you might feel.
Helping Children Cope with Divorce
Children are the innocent victims of divorce. This session teaches the essential keys to helping your children cope with divorce. It gives concrete strategies for helping your children move past the intense pain and uncertainty of divorce to accepting its reality and thrive.
Coping with Fear
Next to anger, fear is the most common emotion associated with divorce. By digging into the words of Christ and the Church’s teaching, the session presents solid ways to cope with fear and not allow it to paralyze you or hamper your process in recovering from divorce.
Sex and Dating
The Catholic Church’s belief on the permanence of marriage creates many challenges for the divorced Catholic. This session deals head-on the question: “Can I date after my divorce?” by providing sound teaching based on 2,000 years of wisdom. This session gives solid strategies for grappling with the challenges of being “single” again.
Keeping the Momentum
The session reviews the key elements of the Program to help ensure you will continue to heal and recover from divorce once the Program is over. You will learn eight essentials for keeping the momentum and living what you have learned.
How the Program Works
A topic is presented each week for your reading and reflection.
A video is presented each week, typically from the Voices of Hope video series, of divorced Catholics sharing their experiences, challenges, and triumphs to give you insights and encouragement.
Questions and Exercises
Each session provides questions and exercises to help you better learn and live what is being presented.
Prayers written just for Catholics experiencing divorce deepen your faith and give you courage and hope.
Each day you will receive a Daily Inspiration email in your Inbox to encourage and inspire you.
You will be assigned a personal coach who is always ready to assist you via email and keep you on-track.
Weekly Online Q&A Chat
Each week you will be given the opportunity to join an online Q&A chat with other people going through the program to ask questions and get feedback. You can participate anonymously, if you choose.
Receive These Great Benefits
HealingRecover faster from the emotional pain
WisdomGain wisdom and make better decisions
PeaceFind more peace by living your faith and letting go of the hurt and anger
HopeRestore hope by gaining clarity about your future
ConfidenceGain confidence and overcome fear
ResilienceBe better equipped to handle life’s ups-and-downs after divorce
Here's What People Are Saying About the Program
divorcedcatholic.org’s Recovering from Divorce Program gave me more hope and faith in God’s plan for me going forward.Mike
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