bkWe think you have something to say.

Two years ago, we started asking young women around the country to write about being Catholic–check out our original call here. By April, 2007, we were overwhelmed by over 100 submissions!

A year later, we’re working on From the Pews in the Back: Young Women & Catholicism–a collection of 29 humorous, thought-provoking, and poignant stories by women 18-35 years old. Check out the press release here.

Would you like to join our email list? Let us know! fromthepewsintheback@gmail.com.

Editors, Kate Dugan & Jennifer Owens
Kate Dugan was baptized, made First Reconciliation, received First Communion, was confirmed, and married in Immaculate Conception Parish in Watertown, South Dakota. She graduated from the College of St. Benedict and received her Master of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School. This fall, she will begin a PhD program in religion at Northwestern University.

Jennifer Owens spent most of her academic life and all of her teaching career in Catholic schools in Southern California. She earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology and a master’s degree in teaching from Loyola Marymount University. Jennifer recently completed her Master of Divinity at Harvard Divinity School and began doctoral studies in systematic and philosophical theology at the Graduate Theological Union in the fall of 2009.

Feel free to shoot us an email: fromthepewsintheback@gmail.com

Editors’ Note
The blog posts here reflect the opinions and perspectives of their authors. They are not necessarily endorsed or shared by the editors of From the Pews in the Back. Our goal in expanding this blog to include more voices is to encourage dialogue and conversation. We hope you enjoy reading and feel welcome to join in through the comment function on each blog post.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions: fromthepewsintheback@gmail.com. Happy reading!


2 Responses

  1. I am so enjoying your blog. Congrats on getting the book out! Great job!

    XO MM

  2. It will be a wonderful experience to hear Jen’s voice in another form. I look forward with great anticipation to reading this work and sharing it with students…

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