Kathryn James Hermes


Daughter of St. Paul Sr. Kathryn James Hermes is the author of the best-selling book Surviving Depression: A Catholic Approach as well as a number of other titles. Everything she does or writes has one focus: giving people the tools for joy by radically shifting their focus through Presence. She works with individuals online at pauline.org/heartwork, and her newsletter can be found at pauline.org/sisterkathryn.

Articles by Kathryn James Hermes

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Three ways to avoid being a workaholic Aug 3, 2016 Story : Column
The blessing of regrets Jun 5, 2016 Story : Column
How do we hold the pain? Oct 11, 2017 Story : Column
Google and the horizons of the spirit May 17, 2017 Story : Column
Four effective habits for calming the tempests in your spirit Oct 10, 2016 Story : Column
Find your heart space in turbulence Mar 26, 2019 Story : Column
Find the love you're looking for Jun 5, 2018 Story : Column
Don't give up that candy yet Feb 12, 2018 Story : Column
Dear God, please send me a crisis Feb 23, 2016 Story : Column
Creating a shared vision to manage anger in divided times Feb 16, 2017 Story : Column
Choosing the simple way of the smile Dec 22, 2016 Story : Column
Can stress be a channel of God's grace? Apr 7, 2016 Story : Column
Be transformed by 'seasons of life' Sep 13, 2018 Story : Column
Be the Christmas you celebrate Dec 19, 2017 Story : Column
Advent is a time for online watchfulness Nov 28, 2016 Story : Column