Heidi Schlumpf is NCR's national correspondent, based in Chicago. She has three decades of experience covering religion, spirituality, social justice and women's issues, and is the author/editor of three books, including Elizabeth A. Johnson: Questing for God (Liturgical Press, 2016). Schlumpf is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and has a master’s degree in theological studies from Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary at Northwestern University. She and her husband are members of St. Gertrude Parish in Chicago.
Morning Briefing: Trump: Treason or trouble with a double negative? Spadaro and Figueroa critique "prosperity gospel." And nuns and brothers who were not born Catholic.
A survivors' support group is contending with online attacks and, for some of its leaders, legal action. Some say this retaliation is part of the broad pushback against the Catholic #MeToo movement.
Morning Briefing: Children reunited — and not — with their parents; questions for Kavanaugh and the conservative Catholic behind his nomination
Reaction to U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh tended to fall along ideological lines and focus on Roe v. Wade; some commentators are raising concerns beyond the "culture war" issues.