Katie Collins Scott

Katie Collins Scott

Katie Collins Scott is a staff reporter for NCR. She covers the Catholic Church in the United States with an emphasis on social justice issues. Her stories have earned numerous honors, including from the Religion News Association and the Catholic Media Association, where she has received multiple writer of the year awards. Scott attended the University of Notre Dame and graduated from the University of Dallas with a degree in English. She lives in Portland, Oregon. Her email address is kcscott@ncronline.org. Follow her on Twitter at @KatieCScott.

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