Want to discuss Recovery?

Join Calix On Line Meeting

 Every Other Thursday

9-10 PM EST

Join from your computer by clicking this Link.

By Phone 1 646 558 8656, Meeting ID 761562941#

International numbers available click this link.

Forward this invite to your friends. Active membership in a Twelve step program gets you a seat!

Email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you want to share after the meeting topic

The online meeting sounds and looks like an AA meeting – however bring your own coffee!

Get there early (like a meeting) and enjoy conversation and perhaps some background music.

Want to share and are online? Send a note through chat. Calling in by phone, send text from your phone to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with message CALL ON ME (INSERT YOUR NAME).

Meeting Format

  1. Opening: Group business and Announcements

  2. Reading of Calix Credo, Third Step Prayer from the Big Book, Gospel (Volunteer)

  3. Introduction of the topic (Meeting Chair)

  4. Individuals share

  5. Closing: Petitions, Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be, Prayer for Matt Talbot (Volunteer)

Most people weave their sharing with a Catholic understanding of God. Rarely is there public cross talk; however private chats are available.

If you want volunteer (Read the Credo etc., Meeting Chair, or Lead Closing prayer) send me a note.

Fall 2016 meeting topic is the one of the Twelve Steps. We use Father Luger publication Calix and the Twelve Steps. This is available for free if you are an Amazon Kindle Unlimited member or available for Kindle or order paperback from the Calix Society. Of course, please weave in your Twelve Step experiences with literature like The AA Big Book , the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions.

If you have questions before the meeting, send me a note.

Thank you for the call August 4.  Click this link please for a four question survey.  The results are anonymous. 

Next call scheduled for August 18 @ 8 PM EST.  For login info write  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  Place LC in subject line.

Meeting info will be sent before meeting. 


Thanks all for a great celebration at our Second year annivesary of Calix

Sister Margaret Mary speaks on St. Benedict’s 12 Degrees of Humility



Twelve step programs can be related to Catholic beliefs and practices.   W. Robert Aufill present his thoughts in this article. Click this link to read the article.


Father Ralph S. Pfau, also known as Father John Doe (10 November 1904 - 19 February 1967) was the author of Sobriety Without End, Sobriety and Beyond and the Golden Book series. He is believed to have been the first Roman Catholic priest to enter Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).1Pfau


His work is worthy of consideration of a meeting topic. This article by Glen Chesnut details Father's contribution to Alcoholics Anonymous.

Let's discuss this as a topic for the Fall in our meetings.