Krista Stevens

Krista Stevens

Krista Stevens

Krista Stevens is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at The University of Scranton.  She specializes in Catholic social ethics, with particular attention given to radical solidarity as a response to racism, white privilege, and racial injustice. In addition to social ethics, she focuses on US Catholic history and black Catholic history.

Krista’s Posts:

The End of Racism? (Not Really).

Why We Need the Arts

St. Francis Xavier — Living the Good News of Christ in the Twenty-First Century

 

Fifteen Years Later

The Challenge of the Prophets

Owning Discomfort: Teaching Racial Justice in the Classroom

Living as Mercy in Anticipation of Christ’s Return

Companionship Across Time and Space

Jesus on a Plane – The Sixth Day of Christmas

When Disciples Fail

Oh the Movements of the Holy Spirit!

Theology Unplugged: Transforming Students in the Technological Age

Out of the Ashes Comes a New Community

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