“ Pornography Can Impact Anyone ”
VIRTUAL Clergy and Parish Leader Training
Led by: Fr. Sean Kilcawley
August 24 - 27

This retreat will be live-streamed and held virtually. The in-person retreat has been cancelled.


*NOTE: This is a live virtual retreat. Please disregard the notes at the bottom of the page about check-ins, guestrooms, etc.

Start: 10am on Monday August 24, 2020
End: 1pm on Thursday August 27, 2020

Please join us for a 4-day virtual workshop for clergy and parish leaders led by Fr. Sean Kilcawley. Fr. Sean serves the Diocese of Lincoln as the Director of the Office for Family Life and has focused his ministry on healing the wounds of pornography. He travels around the world putting on workshops such as this for Church leaders. Participants in this impactful workshop will be equipped to what Pope Francis asked of us all, "the Church must accompany with attention and care the weakest of her children, who show signs of a wounded and troubled love, by restoring them hope and confidence". - Amoris Laeititia 291

Fr. Sean Kilcawley is a 1996 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point. In 1999, he left active military service to enter the seminary for the Diocese of Lincoln and was ordained a priest in 2005. In 2013, Fr. Kilcawley completed a License in Sacred Theology from the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family Studies at the Lateran University in Rome. He currently serves the Diocese of Lincoln as the Director of the Office for Family Life. Fr. Kilcawley has focused his efforts on diocesan initiatives to prevent early exposure to pornography, and resources of intervention and healing for those affected by pornography. In 2019 he completed certification as a Pastoral Sexual Addiction Practitioner through the International Institute for Trauma and Addictions Professionals.


Our guestrooms have one queen or double sized bed per room. Rooms are simply furnished with bedding, towels, and soap as well as a Bible and crucifix.


Registration includes all presentations, six meals, and two nights in a comfortable room with private bath. Scholarships are available. Retreat payments are non-refundable.


On the first evening of your retreat, you are welcome to arrive any time between 4:00pm and 6:00pm. The retreat will officially begin with dinner at 6:00pm. The retreat will conclude at 1:00pm on the last day of your retreat, following lunch.


Special dietary requirements will be gladly met if you make your needs known to our kitchen staff. A guest fridge is also available for guest use in the Dining Room.


A computer with internet access is open for use in our lobby, and WiFi is available throughout the building.


Help is available 24 hours a day. Our staff or retreat volunteers are eager to assist you throughout your stay. Coffee, tea, and fresh baked cookies are offered 24/7 in the Dining Room. Our Chapel is always open, giving you a quiet place for prayer and reflection any time of the day or night.