Seen and largely unnoticed, the “inner dialogue” of the wounded soul contributes greatly to the collective, exterior troubles of the world at large, which are really only symptoms of a much deeper problem. Doubt, anger, malice, sorrow, and fear are just a few of the spiritual trials that afflict the human heart. However, the Catholic tradition offers us sure-fire remedies—not to remove our trials, but to transform them by God’s grace into good, for ourselves and the world around us. This book presents valuable insight into how we can move through our spiritual trials and be renewed in faith, peace, mercy, joy, and love—for the good of all. This five-chapter book focuses on themes originally published as individual titles in our Catholic Perspectives CareNotes series. Softcover volume is edited by Br. Francis Wagner, O.S.B. and features an introduction.