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    Jurell Sison

    Jurell Sison is a 20-something Filipino American living in Cleveland, Ohio. He is a teacher, writer, and filmmaker on the quest for the living God. His mission is to share stories and experiences with those who are chasing meaning and purpose in life. Jurell graduated in May 2013 with a Master of Arts in Theology. He served as a graduate assistant for the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at John Carroll University. He enjoys photography, videography, and keeping up with Pope Francis. His favorite activity is sharing a good meal with close family and friends, especially his best friend and wife, Bridget.

    Prioritizing Prayer

    This is a guest post by Jurell Sison, as he begins An Ignatian Prayer Adventure. To be quite honest, making time for prayer and meditation has always been one of...

    Fight for the Space to Give Thanks

    As I make my way in the working world as a minister for one of the largest and busiest parishes in the Cleveland diocese, I often find myself frantic...

    A Moment of Shared Silence

    It's safe to say that doing a year of service with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC) changed my life. I served as a teacher/lunch coordinator at Detroit Cristo Rey...

    God as Mystery, God as Neighbor

    Yesterday was a normal day, just like any other, but for some reason I woke up and was jolted with some unexpected thoughts about life and death. I hopped...