Mary Jo McConahay is a longtime contributor to National Catholic Reporter and a prize-winning author, documentary filmmaker and freelance journalist who has reported from two dozen countries over 30 years. Her work has appeared online and in newspapers and magazines, including the Los Angeles Times, Newsweek, Salon.com, Time and California Lawyer. Her recent books are Maya Roads, One Woman's Journey Among the People of the Rainforest and Ricochet, Two Women War Reporters and a Friendship Under Fire.
Mary Jo McConahay
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In This Issue
- Editorial: Sisters deserve an apology for apostolic visitation
- Social justice folks size up new Congress
- Parolin: Francis' choice of cardinals reflects 'an opening of heart and mind'
- Preview this issue's Special Section: Volunteers
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