Maureen Fiedler

Maureen Fiedler founded and served as the host of Interfaith Voices until February 2018. She is the chair of the board of Interfaith Voices, a public radio show, heard on 62 radio stations in North America, and has been involved in interfaith activities for more than three decades as an active participant in coalitions working for social justice, racial and gender equality, and peace. Her special interests lie at the intersection of theology and public policy. She is a Sister of Loretto and holds a doctorate in government from Georgetown University in Washington.

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Bishops, we cannot wait centuries for justice

In Pennsylvania and DC, the abuse scandal comes home

McCarrick, regardless of office, should be subject to civil law

Dolly Pomerleau: a pioneer in the work of justice

We need to resurrect our ideal of welcoming immigrants

The spirituality of cats — yes, cats

Francis needs to listen to women, not cardinals

President Trump: Time for him to go

Network spells out the consequences of the tax bill

The Orthodox Church's move on women deacons is a baby step forward

I am grateful for so many things

Texas shooting: Does US have 'mental health problem' or gun problem?

Injustice and unkindness even in death

What is our democratic obligation regarding President Trump?

Catholics and Protestants: We've come a long way, baby

A train ride reveals the beauty of human diversity

Climate change is real: We must act

Human costs of Harvey may stretch for decades

Take notice of news about African famine

Finding hope in spite of Trump