Episode 17: A Queer Catholic Experience with Zinzy Nev Geene

Zinzy Nev Geene is a Dutch queer Catholic activist and facilitator. She lives in Amsterdam where she has a day job as a digital designer and, on the side, she fosters safe places for queer people to “just be.” She calls it being a queer facilitator.  She is on the board of the emerging organization Vine and Fig co, a online space for queer Catholics to find support along their spiritual journeys. 

We talk about what ‘queer’ means. We talk about a lot of Catholic stuff, including novenas and uncomfortable pews. You don’t want to miss what she observes about Christianity on Pinterest and the authentic reality of Christianity in our lived human experiences. 

* trigger warning: there is some talk in this episode about violence done to queer people in the world. 

Episode 25: Episode 25: Catholic Leadership with Kerry Robinson On a Mission

My guest today is Kerry Robinson. She is an international leader in the field of excellence in Church leadership. She has spent the last 15 years traveling the world, bringing together outstanding leaders in the business and nonprofit worlds with the ordained leaders of the worldwide Roman Catholic Church to achieve excellence in leadership and management. We talk about what happens when Catholic women run into obstacles in offering their gifts to the Church, what makes an excellent Catholic parish, and what happens in her day job when best leadership practices run up against Church teaching. Listen in. Find all links at http://www.molleendupreedominguez.com/podcast
  1. Episode 25: Episode 25: Catholic Leadership with Kerry Robinson
  2. Episode 24: Episode 24: Justice & Community in Central America with Kate Carter
  3. Episode 23: Episode 23: A Wild and Precious Life with Emily Win
  4. Episode 22: Work, Motherhood, and Spirituality with Maureen Dunn Fetscher
  5. Episode 21: Episode 21: Radical Catholicism with Abby Rampone

Other resources Zinzy mentioned: 

Vine and Fig Co

Vine and Fig Queer 101 Series

9 Things to Know About the Daf Yomi

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