Voices

Maureen Day is Assistant Professor of Religion and Society at the Franciscan School of Theology. She is the author of Catholic Activism Today: Personal Transformation and the Struggle for Social Justice (NYU Press 2020) and editor of Young Adult American Catholics (Paulist Press 2018).

Arts & CultureBooks
Maureen K. Day
Maureen Day is an assistant professor of religion and society at the Franciscan School of Theology and the author of Catholic Activism Today: Personal Transformation and the Struggle for Social Justice.
Arts & CultureBooks
Maureen K. Day
The Catholic Church needs to recognize that moved from a secular public sphere—marked by separate and specialized spheres of economy, science, faith and so forth that manage their own concerns in an insular way—to a postsecular public sphere, in which a multiplicity of voices and expertise are welcome to weigh in on an issue.
FaithFaith in Focus
Maureen K. Day
Newness comes easily for infants, but a Lent practiced with intention provides newness for the rest of us.
FaithFaith in Focus
Maureen K. Day
Three times zones, 17 states and 6,891 highway miles. Could be magic, could be tragic.
FaithFeatures
Maureen K. Day
The laypeople were the experts—the ones who live the challenges of family life every day—at the San Diego synod responding to Pope Francis' “Amoris Laetitia."