Gina Messina-Dysert is an associate professor of religion and gender studies at Ursuline College in Pepper Pike, Ohio. She is also the co-founder and co-director of the Feminism and Religion project. Arrange an interview by using her school’s contact form.
Elizabeth Bruenig is an opinion columnist for The Washington Post, writing most often on politics, religion and morality. She is Catholic and has written about her support for socialism.
Dean Dettloff is a doctoral candidate at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto, where he researches and teaches courses on Christianity, capitalism and Marxism. He co-hosts “The Magnificast,” a podcast on Christianity and leftist politics, and has written about religiously motivated socialism.
Katie Prejean McGrady is a Catholic speaker and writer who has traveled across the U.S. and Canada to talk about faith, marriage and the Catholic Church. In 2018, she was sent by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops to a gathering of young people at the Vatican ahead of the synod on youth, faith and […]
Sebastian Duhau serves as retreats and programs coordinator for De La Salle District of Australia, a Catholic order that works to help young people in need. In 2018, he was a youth delegate to the Synod of Bishops in Rome, which focused on youth, faith and vocational discernment.
Theodora Hawksley is a millennial Catholic nun based in London. She helps with social and environmental programming at the London Jesuit Centre.
Olga Marina Segura is an associate editor at America magazine, where she writes on race, culture and the Catholic Church. She co-hosts “Jesuitical,” a podcast on issues facing Catholic young adults.
Kaya Oakes is the author of The Nones Are Alright and Radical Reinvention: An Unlikely Return to the Catholic Church and regularly publishes articles and essays on religious life. She is also a writing instructor at the University of California, Berkeley.
Sister Barbara Hansen is a Dominican nun in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She serves as a sister collaborator for the Nuns and Nones project, which brings together Catholic sisters and religiously unaffiliated millennials.