Richard Rohr, founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation, leads this men's retreat in which he uses the myth of the Grail as a spur to inner work. As he puts it, "the journey involves finding the courage to go down into ourselves and take responsibility for what's there. All of it." Rohr challenges retreatants to get in touch with their shadows, their unconscious, and the labyrinth of failure. He finds in the struggle of Jesus the means to grapple with these mysteries and to talk with one's demons. The path to wholeness, both for men and for the Catholic Church, according to Rohr, lies in "bodily, imaginative and epiphanic knowing."