Our March 7, 2021 Episode
Last week, we met digital Samaritans, advancing Universal Rights as defined by the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights. They work in every region and culture of the world. Their work helps children by promoting safety and truth in areas of famine, drought, refugees, political oppression, persecution, and other dangers in the adult world.
This week we view the worldwide Catholic Church's effort to promote protections for children and vulnerable adults in this dangerous world.
We meet Fr. Hans Zollner, SJ, whose Centre for Child Protection reaches out of Rome into every culture and region of the world, teaching best practices in protecting minors and vulnerable adults.
The Spirit Fire Global Broadcast Series on Abuse and Faith started as a three-day conference, which was cancelled when the first wave of pandemic arrived on the East Coast of the United States.
Envisioned and organized by Spirit Fire, the conference adapted to deliver a message of healing and hope in the midst of difficult and dark times around the globe, re-launching in February 2021 with an extended schedule of experts and interviews that reflected the generous welcome and many collaborations that arose during the pandemic period.
We hope you will find that, by following along in the series (and pulling on particular modules for individual and group reflection), you will be able to integrate a trauma-informed faith to enrich your Christian life and your ministry so that all who seek to find healing from abuse or trauma in a relationship to Christ may find, in you, an able spiritual companion and knowledgeable friend.
Starting February 14, 2021
Ending April 2022
100+ Expert Speakers
Interviews, Stories, Practical Guidelines