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Reclaiming Wholeness
Reclaiming Wholeness is an exploration of addiction, recovery, community, and spirituality.

Four out of five people who are incarcerated enter confinement under the influence of a substance or with an existing substance use disorder. Addiction is an indiscriminate disease. With this conversation, and in partnership with coalition members, the Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition provides a platform for chaplains, ministers, loved ones, community members, and those in recovery to become compassionately aware and gain a deeper understanding of the issues surrounding addiction and incarceration.

Four voices, Jim Wahlberg (The Big Hustle), Evelene Duhart (Ignatian Spirituality Project), Lisa DeLaura (Just of DuPage), and host His Eminence Cardinal Joseph Tobin (Archdiocese of Newark) come together to share their wisdom and stories, their road to recovery, and how they accompany others impacted by this disease.

Sep 29, 2022 07:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Cardinal Joseph Tobin, C. Ss. R.
@Archdiocese of Newark
Cardinal Joseph Tobin professed vows as a member of the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer, the Redemptorists. In 1976, he professed perpetual vows with the Community. In 1978, he was ordained to both the diaconate and the priesthood. Since that time Pope Benedict appointed him to serve as the Sixth Archbishop of Indianapolis in October of 2012. He was installed as Archbishop of Indianapolis on December 3, 2012. His Holiness, Pope Francis, named him to the College of Cardinals on October 9, 2016. He was created Cardinal on November 19, 2016.
Jim Wahlberg
Producer, Writer, Director @Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation
Jim is the fifth oldest Wahlberg. Like his brothers Donnie and Mark, Jim recovered from his tough upbringing in the streets of Dorchester to become producer, writer, and director of films, including The Circle of Addiction, What About the Kids?, and The Lookalike. His autobiography, The Big Hustle, was published in 2020 with OSV. Jim is the executive director of the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, created to improve the quality of life for inner city youth through a working partnership with other youth organizations. Jim and his wife live in South Florida and have three children.
Lisa DeLaura, MSW, CADC.
Addiction Program Manager @JUST of DuPage County
Lisa joined JUST as Addiction Program Manager in April of 2019. Prior to that she worked as a counselor and case manager at Serenity House in Addison. She has a passion for working with individuals struggling with substance use disorder and has been involved in the addiction community for over 30 years. Lisa has expanded the addictions programs with additional classes, individual counseling, and reentry services as well as domestic violence education and trauma informed care.
Evelene Duhart