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Colleen Carroll Campbell
Colleen Carroll Campbell is an award-winning author, print and broadcast journalist and former presidential speechwriter. She is the anchor of “EWTN News Nightly with Colleen Carroll Campbell,” a television newscast that broadcasts each weeknight from Capitol Hill and airs across the English-speaking world on EWTN, the world’s largest religious media network. She has written and contributed to numerous books, most notably her critically acclaimed study of young adults and religion, The New Faithful (Loyola, 2002), and her multiple-award-winning spiritual memoir, My Sisters the Saints (Image/Random House, 2012). A former speechwriter to President George W. Bush and op-ed columnist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Campbell also hosts the long-running EWTN television and radio show, “Faith & Culture,” and recently anchored the network’s live television coverage of the 2013 papal transition from Rome. Campbell writes frequently about politics, religion, culture and women’s issues for such national outlets as The New York Times, Washington Post, America, and First Things, and comments on those topics for such networks as FOX News, PBS, CNN and NPR. The recipient of numerous honors and an honorary doctorate for her journalism work, Campbell speaks to audiences across America and lives with her family near Washington, D.C. Her website is www.colleen-campbell.com.
EWTN News Nightly with Colleen Carroll Campbell
"Faith & Culture": EWTN Series
My Sisters the Saints: A Spiritual Memoir: links to Amazon to order
Voices articles online
When Love and Career Collide Pentecost 2013
How God Makes Beauty from Barrenness Lent Easter 2013
Linking Our Lives to the Saints -- One Life and One Story at a Time -- Advent-Christmas 2012
The Confusion of Competing Freedoms and Right -- Michaelmas 2012
What Women Want -- Pentecost 2012
Perils of a Post-modern Girlhood -- Lent-Eastertide 2012
A Heavy Toll for Today’s Young Women: The fallout from the sexual revolution continues undiminished -- Advent-Christmas 2011
A Dangerous Perfectionism -- Michaelmas 2011
Blessed John Paul II -- A Beacon in a Dark World -- Pentecost 2011
Legal, but Not Safe or Rare -- Eastertide 2011
Religious Intolerance -- What does it say about our culture and our future? Christmastide 2010
Pro-life Feminism is the Future -- Michaelmas 2010
Targeting Mother Teresa Pentecost 2010
An Inconvenient Truth about Absent Fathers Eastertide 2010
A Skewed View of Stay-at-Home Motherhood -- Advent-Christmas 2009
Religion's Essential Contribution to Public Life -- Michaelmas 2008
Future Full of Hope -- Pentecost 2008
Pope Becomes Latest Target of Academic Intolerance -- Eastertide 2008
We’ve Drifted From the Vision of Religious Freedom -- Christmastide 2007
The Word Game is Up; Time for a True Cloning Ban -- Posted September 10, 2007
A Clone by any Other Name: Missouri's deceptively worded ballot measure -- Posted July 5, 2006
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