SHARING THE GOOD NEWS OF

GOD'S MERCY

Supporting those recovering from substance abuse and other addictions

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YOU ARE NOT ALONE

We welcome all Catholics who are interested in recovery from addiction and deepening their relationship with Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church.

THE TWELVE STEPS AND THE SACRAMENTS

A Catholic Journey through Recovery

In the first book to directly integrate the Twelve Steps with the practice of Catholicism, Scott Weeman, founder and director of Catholic in Recovery, pairs his personal story with compassionate straight talk to show Catholics how to bridge the commonly felt gap between the Higher Power of twelve-step programs and the merciful God that he rediscovered in the heart of the sacraments.

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The Importance of Routine for Maintaining Recovery

The Importance of Routine for Maintaining Recovery

From the military to sports to the spiritual life, routine is critical for success. However, maintaining a routine can seem boring, rigid, and stifling. I admittedly shared this view for several years. But for addicts who truly wish to be successful in their recovery,...

Applying St. Ignatius’ Rules of Discernment to Recovery: Part One

Applying St. Ignatius’ Rules of Discernment to Recovery: Part One

In my own recovery, I have found many helpful tools in St. Ignatius of Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises. I could almost call the Exercises a recovery program for addiction and codependency.  Within these exercises, St. Ignatius offers rules for the “discernment of...

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So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. - Isaiah 41:10

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Catholic in Recovery is a nonprofit ministry that seeks to serve those suffering from addiction and unhealthy attachments.