Three Interviews with Millennial Catholic Women

Jordan Denari Duffner, an associate at Georgetown’s Bridge Initiative and the author of Finding Jesus Among Muslims: How Loving Islam Makes Me a Better Catholic appeared on Jesuitical two weeks ago to talk about her book and Catholic-Islamic dialogue. She was a panelist at last year’s How Catholics Should Respond to the Rise of the Alt-Right Millennial event.

Christine Emba, an op-ed writer for the Washington Post, appeared on last week’s Jesuitical, where she talked about her approach to writing, the #MeToo movement, and more. She recently spoke and wrote about the need to move from outrage to solidarity and policy advances.

At Crux, Charles Camosy interviewed Jessica Keating on pro-life feminism and consistently defending life:

Being a pro-life feminist is a sacrifice because it means you’re often seen as troublemaker for upsetting the established binaries-are you a conservative or a liberal? No one knows what to do with you because you support government policies that assist the vulnerable and disenfranchised, who are disproportionately women of color, and you have the audacity to demand that this basic claim to minimal care and protection under the law be extended to our most defenseless and innocent citizens.