Directed by Jean Heaton   “When addiction enters a home, recovery is necessary for the entire family.” Jean Heaton offers a retreat that helps friends and family members focus on Recovery for themselves. She employs the 12-Steps of AA and Ignatian Spirituality tools to help families Recover Faith, Recover themselves and Recover Family.   This is a silent retreat. Guests...

Directed by Fr. Peter Fink, SJ The last two steps in the AA 12 Step Program offer both a gift and a mission. The gift is an invitation to prayer to solidify our relationship with God as we understand him. The mission is to show by the way we live the hope and the promise of...

Directed by Jean Heaton   “When addiction enters a home, recovery is necessary for the entire family,” says author Jean Heaton. This retreat is designed to help anyone (family or friend) affected by the addictions of others to recover, too. Heaton draws from the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, Ignatian Spirituality, and her own lived experience to help...

Directed by Rev. Peter E. Fink, SJ This retreat is an advance on Steps 1 through 5. Here we look to the many character defects that keep us from the full gift of sobriety. In the preface of Drop the Rock, the authors invite us away from “patterns of behaving, thinking, and feeling that are harmful...

Directed by Rev. Peter E. Fink, SJ The last two steps in the AA 12 Step Program offer both a gift and a mission. The gift is an invitation to prayer to solidify our relationship with God as we understand him. The mission is to show by the way we live the hope and the promise...