Retreat for Men in Recovery
Opening Our Hearts …Transforming Our Losses
May 11-13, 2018
Ours is an age of guilt. We feel guilty about everything. At least, we are invited to feel guilty to the point where we believe we are responsible for everything and everyone at the expense of our own well-being. This guilt causes us to suffer the loss of a sense of a healthy self. In fact, we suffer many losses in our battles with alcohol and addiction. Our Retreat will uncover the dynamics of addiction and recovery inviting us to be aware of our inner wisdom. Opening our hearts is like opening a precious gift. The blessings are transformative for self and others. Our losses can become the source of our wisdom and courage.
Presented by Fr.Tom Bonnaci C.P
Tom is a Passionist Priest from Pittsburgh, PA who has ministered throughout the United States and other parts of the World since 1970. Tom has served as religious superior and Retreat Director in Pittsburgh, PA and New York City, and he also served as chaplain at East Carolina University in Greenville, NC and Carlow University at Pittsburgh, PA. In 2001, he established the Interfaith Center at Carlow University where he taught Sacred Scripture. Tom is the founder of the Interfaith Peace Project of Contra Costa County, a home-based educational outreach providing introductions to the religions of the world. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Religious and Ecumenical Commission for the Catholic Diocese of Sacramento, CA and the Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County. Tom ministers as Retreat Associate at the Christ the King Passionist Retreat Center in Citrus Heights, CA.
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