October 30-November 1, 2020
An Ignatian, Recovery Weekend Retreat for Women
The 12 Steps of recovery enable us to let go of a lot of self-harming activities and behaviors and focus our daily lives in better ways. We wake up, we clean up, we ask for help. Life becomes richer and kinder. Welcome for a weekend of grace and serenity.
Update: Fr. Weston is not able to be at Bellarmine in person for this retreat, but will instead be giving 6 retreat talks over Zoom. There is now an option to register for this retreat via Zoom only to experience Fr. Weston's talks from the comfort of your home.
Groups Attending: Individuals
Fr. Tom Weston, SJ, entered the California Province of the Jesuit Order in 1965 and was ordained a priest in 1978. Currently based in Oakland, CA, he has devoted most of his priestly life to counseling and retreat work with alcoholics and other addicts. In addition to his Twelve Step work, he was part of a team that taught English to ministry students in Thailand and Vietnam each summer. “Wherever he is, Fr. Weston sees the power of God working in people’s lives, but perhaps most acutely in his recovery work: ‘People get well. People come back to life. Families come back together,” he says. ‘It’s the Resurrection—and you see it all the time.’ ” (Tyson, Gail. “Helping Others Find Sobriety.” Mission 2008 Summer: pg. 7. Print.)