Mary C. Miro has a passion for reform and a deep understanding of how inequity manifests and is preserved in our society. She has centered her career on reforming systems and advancing equity for marginalized people and groups. Mary is deeply committed to channeling inclusive and anti-racist practices through our public and private spaces and dismantling the structural barriers to social and economic progress.

She serves on the Steering Committee of the Equality for Women in the Church ministry at St. Nicholas Church in Evanston, Illinois. Mary became a certified Racial Healing Practitioner through the TRHT Initiative (Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation) and has facilitated racial justice and racial equity programming through Just Faith Ministries.

Mary attended Marquette University, earning her B.A. in Psychology and Sociology. Following Marquette, Mary pursued an M.A. from the University of Chicago’s School of Social Service Administration, focusing her studies on public policy, community organizing, and non-profit management. She lives in Chicago and enjoys singing and playing music with her four siblings and parents.



February 5, 2023

Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Let us bravely step into the light and, together, be about liberating others and ourselves from oppressive thinking. As we draw closer to the light, perhaps the prophetic words of Isaiah, Paul, and Jesus may embolden us to work toward bringing healing, justice, and peace to our world.

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