Why Women and LGBTQ Catholics must Unite in Their Struggle for Inclusion in Their Church
Jamie Mansonis a columnist and books editor at the National Catholic Reporter. To her knowledge, she is the only out queer woman in the global Catholic media. She received her Master of Divinity degree from Yale Divinity School, where she studied Catholic theology and sexual ethics. She is editor of Changing the Questions: Explorations in Christian Ethics, a collection of writings by Margaret Farley (Orbis, 2015). Her writing has won numerous awards, most recently the 2015 Wilber Award for Best Online Religion News Story for her extended essay "Feminism in Faith: Sister Elizabeth Johnson's Challenge to the Vatican."
Thursday, March 28, 2019
Join us today for the inaugural event in a joint partnership between Catholic Studies, CMSA, and the LWGRC: Agitating the Charism: A lecture series highlighting laypeople, vowed religious, and others who are organizing for justice, advocating for the oppressed, and otherwise embodying their Christian faith from the margins of institutional churches.