“If you don’t reveal it, you can’t heal it.” God wants us to bring our wounds to him, the Divine Physician, so he can heal, free, and rescue us.
As we begin Lent, the Institute for Lay Ministry is presenting a free, virtual retreat experience entitled Growing in Sexual Integrity. Join five globally esteemed professors to learn about the connection between sex and spirituality and how Catholics can integrate these two in a healthy and holy way.
Fr. John Riccardo, Executive Director of Acts XXIX, Former Pastor of Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish in Plymouth, Michigan
Dr. Patricia Cooney Hathaway, Professor of Spiritual and Systematic Theology, Sacred Heart Major Seminary
Dr. Timothy Hogan, Clinical Psychologist, Part-time Faculty, Sacred Heart Major Seminary
Karen Hogan, Director of Faith Formation, Resurrection Parish, Canton
Jeff Jay, Addiction Counselor & Clinical Interventionist
Dr. Timothy O’Malley, Director of Education, McGrath Institute for Church Life, Notre Dame
Dr. Susan Muto, Executive Director, Epiphany Academy of Formative Spirituality
Eve Tushnet, Author, Blogger, & Speaker
Bishop John M. Quinn, Diocese of Winona-Rochester, Minnesota
Beginning on Sunday, February 21st, Growing in Sexual Integrity will be presented in six virtual modules that students and learners are encouraged to complete at their own pace.
To learn more or register, visit explore.shms.edu/sexual-integrity