Life After Divorce

Life after Divorce: A Catholic Survival Guide

PrintThis program is specifically designed to help divorced/ separated Catholics. The program is a 6-week program that addresses the challenges of divorce. This program is to help support and heal divorced/separated Catholics to more fully live their faith life.

This 6-week program will begin February 9, 2017. Click here for flyer and additional details.  Click here for registration.

Beginning Experience:

be_logoBeginning Experience (B.E.) is a Catholic based weekend program for adults grieving the loss of a relationship due to separation, death or divorce.  The weekends are centered at Luther Crest Bible Camp near Alexandria, MN. and serves those of all faiths.  “This was my first step out of grief and self-pity,” was a comment made by a participant on one of our weekends; our goal for each weekend could not be better stated!  We also offer a Young Peoples’ program which runs concurrently with the adult program and serves youth family members ages 12-18. Engaging younger family members help them cope and adjust to a new family dynamic. All programs assist with the natural grief process and offer an opportunity, through God, for turning the pain of loss into an experience of positive growth.

B.E. has two concurrently run programs at Luther Crest: one for adults and one for those ages twelve to eighteen. Three B.E. weekends are scheduled: March 31-April 2, 2017 and October 6-8, 2017.  To receive an application, or for more information on either program, call (888) 565-0178 or visit http://www.beginningexperiencecentralmn.org

Monday Night Separated and Divorce Group

This Christian based support group for separated and divorced persons meets each Monday evening from 7 to 9 pm at Love of Christ Lutheran Church,  1971 Pine Cone Road, St Cloud, MN 56303.  No charge, but a free will offering is accepted.  For additional information, call Georgia Huling at (320) 290-5935.

 Resources and Articles for Step Families

Did you know?

  • That one-third of all children in the US will have a stepparent by age 18 (50% will at some point in their lifetime).
  • On average, it takes more time for a child to adjust to a parent’s remarriage than to the original parental divorce.