Jessica Coblentz is a Catholic theologian. She is assistant professor of religious studies at Saint Mary’s College (Notre Dame, IN), where her teaching and research focuses on systematic theology and issues of mental health, feminism, and the relationship of the theology and the psychological sciences. She earned a PhD from Boston College, an MTS from Harvard Divinity School, and a BA from Santa Clara University. Her academic writing can be found in Theological Studies, Horizons, Journal of Moral Theology, Journal of Catholic Higher Education, and Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion and numerous volumes. She has also contributed to Give Us This Day, National Catholic Reporter, GIA Quarterly, and to collections such as Visions and Vocations(Paulist Press) and From the Pews in the Back: Young Women and Catholicism (Liturgical Press). She is currently at work on a book, tentatively titled, Dust in the Blood: A Theology of Depression (Liturgical Academic).



April 5, 2020

Palm Sunday

It is transformation, not reversal or erasure, that awaits us this Holy Week.

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