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Catholic Q&A: How Can Clinical Psychology Help Us Understand the Mystery of Forgiveness?

Catholic Q&A F13 with MJG

Catholic Q & A

Tuesday, October 1, 2013
7:00pm - 8:30pm

Regis Hall, Multi-Purpose Room (MPR)
Open to Students

Rev. Michael J. Garanzini, S.J. holds a doctorate in psychology. He has written about a variety of therapeutic dynamics--particularly as they manifest in family settings--often situating these dynamics in the light of spiritual and theological insight.

At the first Catholic Q&A of the semester, Father Garanzini will dig deeper into psychological and sacramental considerations and reflection and ask: "Why is forgiving someone is so difficult? Is there such a thing as righteous anger?  How do we move forward? What is the difference between forgiveness and reconciliation? How does Clinical Psychology think about  this? How does Catholic theology/spirituality think about this?"


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