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We are all Christians. Most of us are practicing Catholics. We are not paid or in the employ of the Church to present this broadcast series. Many of our sponsors are Catholic groups, but none have editorial input or advance approval on the programming. In accordance with content industry protocols, each guest has the option to preview his or her recorded presentation or interview prior release.
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Due the pandemic, we do not provide direct support to fellow survivors or others in personal need. We urge you to seek local resources and support persons. If you need help right now, please call 911 or use one of the hotlines or helplines, such as those we've listed here.
Due the pandemic, we are focused on virtual work helping grass-root groups develop trauma-informed pastoral care awareness and programs.
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We have prepared a Media Resource Kit for you to find information on child protection, human trafficking, trauma-informed pastoral care, and related protocols and protections. We have included basic information about our work you may wish to use, too. Generally, Spirit Fire eshews other media coverage.