“You are not alone, nor are you to blame for your spouse’s pornography use.” Patti Maguire Armstrong outlines the US Bishops’ resources on porn addiction.
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Saint Monica spent much of her life consumed with the afflictions and deviance of those closest to her. Scott Weeman of Catholicinrecovery.com shares inspiration from her life for the loved ones of addicts and alcoholics.
Patti Maguire Armstrong presents the conversion story of a man who realized that “God must still have a plan for me that he has allowed me to live. I am so thankful for all he has done and I hope to spend the rest of my life serving him. To some, it might seem my life was over when I was sent to prison, but through Christ, it has only just begun.”
For as long as I can remember I essentially had one desire for my life: perfection… Yet my heavenly Father, through tragedies and painful times, took me to the place I had tried so hard to avoid, the place I least wanted to go: the place of my own great inner poverty… Yet there was my treasure, for there I encountered His goodness and mercy.