Are you an adult who is still adversely affected by the breakdown of your parents’ marriage? The Diocese of Lansing would like to invite you to a weekend retreat aimed at bringing you healing, happiness and hope.
“Recovering Origins is a three-day retreat that invites participants to move through the broken image of love that appeared to them in their parents’ divorce to their deepest origin and identity as God’s beloved capable of great love,” explained Richard Budd, Director of Marriage and Family Life for the Diocese of Lansing, November 5.
“The retreat gives participants a greater understanding of the wound of divorce and the ways it affects their lives, offers advice about the difficulties concerning love and trust of others, and explains how the Catholic faith, spiritual practices, and the Sacraments are essential to self-knowledge and healing.”
“This retreat has something for any adult child of divorce or separation no matter how much healing you have already received or need!”
The retreat begins at 7pm on the evening of Friday, 22 November, 2019 at the St. Francis Retreat Center in DeWitt. It will conclude at 3pm on the Sunday. Numerous issues that often afflict the adult children of divorced and separated parents will be addressed. The entire weekend will be rooted in prayer and the sacraments.
To find out more or to register go to: https://recoveringoriginsdol.eventbrite.com