I am a middle-aged, cradle-Catholic with a degree in Theology, a Masters in Religious Education, and 27 years of theology teaching experience — mainly High School some College. Now I work as an Administrative Assistant in a Jewish Synagogue.
I am a wife, and a mother of two sons.
I am a survivor of childhood sexual abuse.
I am the mother of a suicide victim.
And in 2005 I managed to make it through Hurricane Katrina.
I love my family. I love to write. I am not sure about the Church any more. And God and I are not currently speaking — but I haven’t given up.
- From Hurt To Healing, Publish America 2004, ebook on Amazon, 2011
- “Forgive and Forget,” America Magazine, September 16, 2002
- “From Victim to Victimizer,” Human Development Magazine, Summer 2005
- It’s Just Not Fair, Introducing The Fairly-Good Mother, self-published, 2005, ebook on Amazon, 2011
I am currently working on a book on Grief and Loss that seems to be trying to become a book on Hope. We’ll see how it works out.