Come reflect and prayerfully explore the influences of your family of origin (your family “DNA” or your family patterns) that influence your attitudes, expectations, beliefs, and relationships. Using the backdrop of the two Great Commandments (love God and love neighbor as yourself), retreat talks will reflect on the formation of our attitudes and belief systems which influence the way we understand and relate to God, to others and even how we feel and think about ourselves. There will be ample time for personal reflection, prayer for healing of relationships, spiritual direction, and the celebration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
Rev. Joe Krafft served for five years as a Parochial Vicar at St. Clement of Rome Church in Metairie. In 2007, he became the Director of Human Formation at Notre Dame Seminary. He is currently working on a Doctorate in Ministry Degree with a concentration in Pastoral Ministry. Fr. Joe enjoys leading mission trips, giving Lenten Missions, parish presentations on evangelization and discipleship and preaching and teaching at retreats.
Jan Tate is a native New Orleanian, married to husband Lloyd since 1972 with five children and sixteen grandchildren. She has been a trained Spiritual Director for 20 years and is serving on the staff of the Archdiocesan Spirituality Center in New Orleans.
To register, please contact a Retreat Captain or you may call the Retreat/Hospitality Coordinator, Susan Halligan at (504) 267-9604 or 1-866-937-9170.