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Event Details

Saturday, January 30

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Event Contact

Eric Eickhoff

eeickhoff@jcu.edu

From COVID-19, to societal unrest, to worrying about loved ones and the economy, at times it can be overwhelming. While it is always important to reflect on what is important in our lives, during times of stress and challenge it becomes even more so. Join us as we are led through a reflective retreat, implementing Ignatian Spirituality and the Daily Examen to recenter ourselves and find God in All Things.

About Jurell Sison: Jurell is an alum of John Carroll University from 2010 and 2013. After graduating in 2010 Jurell moved to Detroit to work as a Jesuit Volunteer. He worked full-time at Detroit Cristo Rey High School teaching math and creative writing. He returned to John Carroll as a Resident Minister and as a Graduate Assistant for the Department of Theology. Upon graduating, he has worked as a youth minister and also as a theology teacher at St. Edward High School. Outside of work, Jurell runs a video production company and a ministry website called thelivingperson.com which challenges people to become fully alive through different community challenges.

Jurell lives in Strongsville with his wife Bridget (JCU Class of 2010) and their son Isaiah.