Tricia Worrell is a longtime champion of the dignity of the human person: she started the Respect Life club at her college and later worked as the Student Coordinator for Grand Rapids Right to Life. Her prolife work continued and expanded when, about fifteen years ago, she saw a job opening with her diocese’s Prison and Jail Ministry and heard God asking her, “You’ve worked with the dignity of the innocent… what about those who have done grievous things?” Join us as Ms. Worrell speaks about her current role as Director of Prison and Jail Ministry for the Diocese of Grand Rapids and how this ministry, restorative justice, and advocacy to end the death penalty play a key part in building a culture of life. Her presentation is co-sponsored by the Benedictine Sisters of Mount St. Scholastica and by Ray ’67 and Mary (Milleret) ’70 Ring and is organized in coordination with the Benedictine College Center for Service-Learning. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. For promotional materials, click here.