A Holy Week Reflection: My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?

Catherine Thiel Lee is a chaplain and preacher working at Transitions Hospice and University of North Carolina Hospitals and serving her congregation at Chapel Hill Mennonite Fellowship. She has an MDiv from Regent College and worked with refugee claimants in Vancouver, BC. She is fascinated and confounded by modern conceptions of power and Hannah Arendt […]

Women in Leadership Project publishes second collection

(Mennonite Church USA) I’ve Got the Power! Naming and reclaiming power as a force for good, released today by the Women in Leadership Project of Mennonite Church USA, features papers from the 2016 Women Doing Theology (WDT) conference of the same name. The book includes diverse voices and perspectives on power from women around MC […]

Love is a Verb: Florence

Catherine Thiel Lee is a chaplain, preacher and writer, working at University of North Carolina Hospitals and serving her congregation at Chapel Hill Mennonite Fellowship. She has a Master of Divinity from Regent College and has worked with refugee claimants in Vancouver, British Columbia. Catherine lives, plays, reads and lovingly tends a scrappy garden in […]

Women Doing Theology Conference collection of papers released

ELKHART, Indiana (Mennonite Church USA)—Twenty of the papers presented at All You Need is Love: Honoring the Diversity of Women’s Voices in Theology, the first Women Doing Theology Conference hosted by the Women in Leadership Project (WLP) of Mennonite Church USA, are featured in a book that is now available online. “I’ve spent a lot […]