Susan C. Selner-Wright, PhD

About Susan C. Selner-Wright, PhD

Susan Selner-Wright, PhD, has been teaching philosophy to undergraduates and Catholic seminarians since 1986. Since 2001 she has been on the faculty of St. John Vianney Theological Seminary, where she holds the Archbishop Chaput Chair in Philosophy. She is one of the founders of the Person and Identity Project, which offers free, high quality resources reflecting the Catholic view of the human person for families, schools, and parish staff working to respond compassionately and truthfully to issues of gender incongruity at its forthcoming website: personandidentity(dot)com.

Seeing as God Sees

A Catholic Approach to Pastoral Care for People Affected by Gender Incongruity

Late last December, Homiletic & Pastoral Review ran an article by Stephen Adubato titled “Understanding the Vatican’s Document on Gender Theory and Education.” The document he refers to was released by the Congregation for Catholic Educa … [Read more...]