On a Mission, Episode 13: Katie Lacz

Today I’m talking with Katie Lacz. She works for Women’s Ordination Conference, the United States branch of a worldwide movement to urge the Roman Catholic Church to reform and welcome women into ordained ministry.

We talk about her journey to becoming a person of faith who does justice, her journey with Jesuit Volunteer Corps, and how she tries to balance being a mom in the suburbs with being a writer, an activist, and a leader for change in the Catholic world.

Episode 28: Episode 28: Raising Kids for a Just World with Lydia Wylie-Kellermann On a Mission

Today I’m talking with Lydia Wylie-Kellermann. She’s an author and activist I’ve admired for a long time, and I’m so happy to share her with you. Her latest book, The Sandbox Revolution, is a collection of essays from parent-activists around the U.S. It offers advice for raising children committed to social justice in the world today. Lydia offers beautiful forwards to each section of the book. When she’s not writing books, Lydia is the editor of Geez magazine, a paper-only publication that comes to your door four times a year with inspiration for living life more simply and justly. She also curates and edits the blog Radical Discipleship. You’ll love her spirituality of resistance. Listen in to our conversation about the value of print magazines, the challenge and blessing of raising kids in 2021, and how to manage when your kids *don’t* want to engage in activism…. enjoy!Links we chatted about in the episode:Radical DiscipleshipThe Sandbox Revolution: Raising Kids for a Just WorldGeez magazineJoanna Macy, Buddhist scholarJennifer Harvey’s Raising White KidsSupport the podcast: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/molleen
  1. Episode 28: Episode 28: Raising Kids for a Just World with Lydia Wylie-Kellermann
  2. Episode 27: Episode 27: Called to Priesthood with Anne Tropeano
  3. Episode 26: Episode 26: Discerning Deacons with Ellie Hidalgo
  4. Episode 25: Episode 25: Catholic Leadership with Kerry Robinson
  5. Episode 24: Episode 24: Justice & Community in Central America with Kate Carter

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