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Christ the King: Living for Jesus in a Distracted World

November 20-21, 2021
An Ignatian, Semi-Silent Overnight Retreat for Young Adults (20s and 30s)

Retreat Title: Christ the King: Living for Jesus in a Distracted World

As we celebrate the feast of Christ the King, Michael Pederson, S.J. and Matthew Zurcher, S.J. will prayerfully explore the joy of focusing on and following Jesus in a distracted world. The young adult retreatants will be invited to rejuvenating silence in which to ask: Who is Christ calling me to be?

Groups Attending: Individuals

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Michael Pederson, SJ

Michael Pederson, SJ is currently studying social philosophy and environmental science & sustainability at Loyola University Chicago.  He is a former landscape laborer, high-school biology and psychology teacher, soccer coach, and 5th grade teacher.

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Matthew Zurcher, SJ

Matthew Zurcher, SJ is studying social philosophy at Loyola University Chicago.  He is a former halfway-house supervisor, high-school English teacher, choral conductor, and prison chaplain.