Julie Hanlon Rubio is the Shea-Heusaman Professor of Christian Social Ethics and Associate Dean at Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University in Berkeley, California. Previously, she taught at St. Louis University for nearly two decades. Her research focuses on Catholic social thought, family, feminism, and reconciliation. She is the author of four books, including Family Ethics: Practices for Christians (Georgetown University Press, 2010) and Hope for Common Ground: Mediating the Personal and the Political in a Divided Church (Georgetown University Press, 2016), and has co-edited two volumes of essays. Her essays have appeared in Theological Studies, the Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics, and the Horizons, as well as America, The Conversation, and National Catholic Reporter. She and Paul Schutz are the principal investigators of “Beyond ‘Bad Apples,’: Understanding Clergy Sexual Abuse as a Structural Problem and Cultivating Strategies for Change.” Her new book, Can You Be a Catholic and a Feminist? will be published by Oxford University Press in 2023.