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The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous: A Spiritual Journey

March 15-17, 2019
An Ignatian, Recovery Weekend Retreat for Men

Retreat Title: The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous: A Spiritual Journey

Our spiritual journey through the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous begins with our "foxhole" prayers and the discovery that the hand of AA is there to help us.  Upon reaching the Twelfth Step, we come to realize that we are the hand of AA, and our highest  priority is to be there for others who suffer in their foxholes longing for a way out.  All along the way, we are never alone.  

Personal effects must be removed from rooms by 9:00 am on Sunday.  The retreat will conclude after lunch which is served at 11:30 am.  

Groups Attending: Individuals

Please call the office at 847-381-1261 to register for this retreat.

Retreat Master:


Fr. Tim Seigel

Fr. Tim Seigel is a priest of the Diocese of Rockford.  Ordained on May 18, 1991, he has been an associate pastor or pastor in several parishes throughout the eleven counties of Northwest Illinois including the communities of St. Charles, Rockford, Crystal Lake, Savanna & Mt. Carroll, East Dubuque, Genoa, Elburn, McHenry, and now Cary.  He is currently the associate pastor of Saints Peter and Paul Parish.  A recovering alcoholic since July 1984, he has had experience both attending AA retreats and directing them.