Who We Are
The Trinitarian Center: Within the Trinitarian theology is where true love is revealed. With the trinity we have the one who loves (the Father), the one who is loved (the Son), and the love that they share (the Holy Spirit). It is from this God who is love that true healing from sexual addiction will come.
The Fleur de Lis: The fleur de lis ties a Trinitarian image with the Blessed Mother, "a lily among thorns". That is what we are trying to facilitate and promote--lilies among the thorns of a pornified culture.
The Outer Circle: The circle is a universal sign for completeness, for wholeness, this is our main mission at Integrity Restored, to help people repair the distortions in their life introduced via pornography.
The Cross: Through the cross Christ has redeemed the world. The cross is central to our life as Christians. 1 Peter 2:24 “He himself bore our sins” in his body on the cross, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; “by his wounds you have been healed.”
Meet Our Team
Jim O’DayExecutive Director
James “Jim” O’Day is a senior executive with over 25 years of experience in development, executive management, sales, marketing, and relationship development. Jim brings a wide range of experiences serving in senior capacities in the consumer products, defense, homeland security and not for profit industries.
Mr. O’Day has successfully created various development, advancement, sales and marketing programs focusing on growth and profitability, relationship development approaches focusing on donor/customer satisfaction, donor engagement and client success and worked to create successful partnerships, mergers and acquisitions throughout his career.
Jim’s experience as a senior leader, (President, Vice President and Director) as well as the experiences gained by being a small business owner helps bring a wide range of leadership, managerial and functional skill sets to Integrity Restored. Mr. O’Day has been actively involved in men’s ministry as one of the founders of the Connecticut Catholic Men’s Conference and the Georgia Catholic Men’s Conference as well as a speaker at various national and regional Catholic Men’s events. Jim is an active and engaged Catholic, husband, father and grandfather. He teaches self-defense in his spare time and coaches lacrosse.
Dr. Peter C. Kleponis
Peter C. Kleponis, Ph.D., SATP-C is a Licensed Clinical Therapist and Assistant Director of Comprehensive Counseling Services in Conshohocken, PA. He holds an M.A. in Clinical-Counseling Psychology and a Ph.D. in General Psychology. Dr. Kleponis has over 18 years of professional experience working with individuals, couples, families and organizations. He specializes in marriage & family therapy, pastoral counseling, and pornography/sexual addiction recovery. He is Certified in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Sexual Addictions by The American Association of Christian Counselors' Light University, by Dr. Mark Laaser's Freedom Begins Here Program, and by Dr. Todd Bowman’s SATP program. Dr. Kleponis has been a guest on several EWTN television programs including Women of Grace, Franciscan University Presents, Crossing the Goal, EWTN Bookmark, and At Home with Jim & Joy. He is also a regular guest on Relevant Radio's On-Call program. Dr. Kleponis travels throughout the country educating people on how to win the battle against pornography through his Fighting Porn in Our Culture…and Winning! program. He is the author of two books, The Pornography Epidemic: A Catholic Approach (2012) and Integrity Restored: Helping Catholic Families Win the Battle Against Pornography (2014). Dr. Kleponis is also founder of the Integrity Starts Here Catholic recovery program for pornography and sexual addiction. He works with individuals and couples from around the United States and internationally in-person, by phone, and by Skype. For more information see his website, www.peterkleponis.com.
Fr. Sean Kilcawley
Fr. Sean Kilcawley was ordained a priest for the diocese of Lincoln in 2005. Before entering seminary he graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1996 and served for three years active duty as an Infantry Officer in the United States Army. From 2009-2013 Fr. Kilcawley studied at the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family in Rome, earning a license of sacred theology (summa cum laude), and has completed training in sex addiction treatment from the SATP Institute, and the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals. He currently serves the Diocese of Lincoln as the Director of the Office for Family Life and as theological advisor for Integrity Restored—a non-profit agency which provides education, training, and resources to assist the Church in bringing hope and healing to individuals, spouses, parents and clergy who have been affected by pornography. For the past three years, Fr. Kilcawley has been educating parents, running support groups for addicts and their spouses, educating clergy, and speaking at conferences on the best practices and resources for addressing pornography at the parish and diocesan level. His speaking engagements have included: Mount 2000 youth conference (2016), the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation (2015), the Global Set Free Summit (2016), The National Safe Environment/Child Protection conference (2016), and the International Theology of the Body Congress (2016).
Most Reverend Ronald W. GainerEpiscopal Moderator
Bishop Gainer was appointed Bishop of Harrisburg by his Holiness Pope Francis on January 24, 2014. He was installed as Bishop of Harrisburg on March 19, 2014.
For much of his Priesthood Bishop Gainer served in parish, campus ministry, marriages and family, and tribunal positions. As Secretary of Catholic Life and Evangelization for the Diocese of Allentown he supervised 14 diocesan offices and the promotion of the works of spiritual renewal and evangelization.
Bishop Gainer currently serves as President of the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference.
On the national level, Bishop Gainer is a member of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). He has served as Chair of the Region III and V of the USCCB as well as having served on the Administrative Committee, the Committee on Priorities and Planning, the Committee on Catholic Education, the Committee for Canonical Affairs and Church Governance, as well as a regional representative to the USCCB Committee for the Protection of Children and Young People, and liaison with the North American Forum on the Catechumenate. He is also on the Board of Directors of: Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary, Cross Catholic Outreach and Holy Family Radio.