The Brothers at Little Portion Friary 
                             Society of St. Francis 
                                 (631) 473-0553 

Dates of Weekend Retreat:

          Friday, Nov 16th at 6:30 PM
                                             – to –
     Sunday Nov 18th following lunch

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Little Portion Friary
48 Old Post Road,
Mt. Sinai, NY 11766


Driving Directions 

                          Train | LIRR                              Port Jefferson Station


       Practicing the 12 Step Prayers              We Sought Through Prayer & Meditation... 

More information? 

Please don't hesitate to give us a call at (631) 473-0553 or email Either way, you'll reach Br. Mark D'Alessio, one of the retreat facilitators who can respond to your questions. 

Or, if you would like to register now you can click on the link below...

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Retreat Led by Paul Kimmerling & Br. Mark D'Alessio, SSF

Paul Kimmerling is a spiritual director, corporate trainer and 12-step practitioner. He has designed and led a number of workshops on contemplative and active approaches to spiritual development and personal growth, in areas such as Centering Prayer, Forgiveness, Personal Transition, and Career as Vocation. In May 2013 he is taking ten people to Assisi, Italy for a spiritual retreat and is currently developing a mindfulness-based wellness program for the workplace.

Br. Mark D'Alessio, SSF, is a Franciscan friar, spiritual director, author, and past President and Executive Director of the Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute. Br. Mark has a particular interest in the science and spirituality of applied imagination, a vocation that has spanned two decades and several continents. A Lifetime Colleague of the Creative Education Foundation and past faculty member of their global institute, he has helped, among others, government officials, community leaders, business people, educators, artists, and clergy, with leadership development, fostering innovation, and managing change. Recently he was blessed to serve both the Office of the Presiding Bishop and Forward Movement on cultivating cultures of creativity for the Episcopal Church. A graduate and former steering committee member of the Guild for Spiritual Guidance, Br. Mark is the co-author of the training text, The Imagination of Leadership.