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Leadership Conference

Helping Sisters overcome addictions, compulsive behaviors and other behavioral health concerns. This complimentary workshop will be especially helpful to sisters in leadership, vocation/formation staff, and nursing/healthcare leaders who are responsible for community healthcare policies and services, and for personnel and ministry issues.


13-15 Jan 2025

Navigating Uncertainty

This complimentary workshop will discuss the challenges of evolving community life, address
the needs of congregational leadership and their various roles, and offer skills training around
the feelings that these changes may bring.


August 21 Aug 2024

Men’s Reunion/Retreat

Guest House retreats afford participants time to gather in fellowship and reflect on a particular theme chosen by the retreat leader.


August 26-29 Aug 2024

Walking with the Wounded

Helping Sisters overcome addictions, compulsive behaviors and other behavioral health concerns.


Sept 18-Sept 20 Sep 2024

Men’s Fall Retreat

Sept 29 – Oct 3, 2024
Mercy By the Sea
Madison, CT


Sept 29-Oct 3 Sep 2024

Women’s Fall Retreat

October 7-10, 2024
Capuchin Retreat Center
Washington, MI


Oct 7-Oct 10 Oct 2024

Navigating Uncertainty

This complimentary workshop will discuss the challenges of evolving community life, address
the needs of congregational leadership and their various roles, and offer skills training around
the feelings that these changes may bring.


Oct 16 Oct 2024

Walking with the Wounded

Helping Sisters overcome addictions, compulsive behaviors and other behavioral health concerns.


Nov 6-Nov 8 Nov 2024

Navigating Uncertainty

This complimentary workshop will discuss the challenges of evolving community life, address
the needs of congregational leadership and their various roles, and offer skills training around
the feelings that these changes may bring.


Dec 4 Dec 2024

Guest House Daily Reflections

Love is what everyone desires.  Each time I experience someone being loving and kind to me,  I begin to realize that LOVE AND KINDNESS ORIGINATE IN GOD and that every experience of a kind and loving person becomes an experience of God loving me.  All of life and love is a Journey into God’s Love.  It is important to realize this and treasure this.  Life and Love on this earth is meant to be a humble, loving awareness that every moment is a journey into God.

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Guest House Men’s
Alumni Network

Guest House offers retreats periodically throughout the year to support clergy and men religious in recovery from a variety of addictive disorders.

Guest House Women’s
Alumnae Network

Guest House offers retreats periodically throughout the year as support for women religious in recovery from a variety of addictive disorders.

Continuing Care & recovery

Our care for guests extends
beyond our campus.

A sustainable recovery plan is vital to success. The work of recovery begins in earnest when the client leaves our residential treatment. That’s where continuing care comes in. The return to life in ministry can be overwhelming, especially early in recovery. The Guest House plan offers a phased approach designed to reinforce the application of the clients’ learned skills and healthy habits in their daily life. The continuing care program encompasses both formal and informal interventions, opportunities to engage in ongoing didactic discussion groups with religious peers, as well as one-to-one counseling. Continuing care provides a way for those in recovery to share their challenges, as well as their successes along the way. Through planned, ongoing support, we offer encouragement for those who are in recovery and the opportunity to maintain steady progress and spiritual growth. And we can assure the leaders of the communities our clients are returning to that they will be supported by a thoughtful continuum of care.

CURATED RESOURCES​

Promoting understanding of addiction and related behavioral health needs.​

Below are some resources that we have chosen to help in the spiritual aspect of understanding addiction and other behavioral health needs, as well as digital treatment options during this time of need. We will continue to add to this list, so please continue to check this page for updates.

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Patrick Kennedy, mental health and addiction advocate and former U.S. representative, will be the keynote
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