Restorative Justice

Date(s) - 02/29/2020
9:30 am - 3:30 pm

St. Joseph Retreat Center


Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice Circles are an ancient practice discovered in aboriginal villages. Schools use Restorative Justice (RJ) as a way    to decrease suspension and increase understanding of troubled students.  Criminal Justice systems use RJ to bring about healing between those harmed and those responsible for the harm.  Communities have used RJ to build understanding and connections.  Join us in  learning more about RJ circles and experiencing their power for deepening empathy and understanding.

Sr. Rosie Hefner, CSJ, and Molly Linehan, facilitators

Date:  Saturday, February 29

Time:  9:30 registration

Program begins at 10:00 a.m. and ends at 3:30 p.m.

Location:  St. Joseph Retreat Center

Cost:  $35.00 includes lunch



Fees for programs or retreats may be mailed to the address below.
Fees for retreats include: lodging, meals, and direction. A $50.00 deposit (non refundable) is requested when registering for any retreat.
Your cancelled check will serve as your receipt.
Please make checks payable to Congregation of St. Joseph, and mail to:

St. Joseph Retreat Center
137 Mount St. Joseph Road
Wheeling, WV 26003

St. Joseph Retreat Center reserves the right to cancel a program if necessary. Programs may be cancelled if fewer then the required number of participants are enrolled, or in case of unavailability of the presenter. Refunds will be made if the program is cancelled, or payment may be applied toward another program