Dr. Nichole M. Flores is associate professor of religious studies and director of the health, ethics, and society minor at the University of Virginia. She speaks, writes and teaches about the significance of Catholic ethics in plural social, political, and ecclesial contexts. Her first book, The Aesthetics of Solidarity: Our Lady of Guadalupe and American Democracy is available from Georgetown University Press. In 2015, Dr. Flores was honored with the Catherine Mowry LaCugna Award for best academic essay in Catholic theology from the Catholic Theological Society of America.

Dr. Flores earned an A.B. in government from Smith College, an M.Div. from Yale Divinity School, and a Ph.D. in theological ethics from Boston College.



April 9, 2023

Easter Sunday

As we enter into this season of rejoicing, how can we create space for the practices of witnessing and testifying in our daily lives? How might these practices help us to attend to our confusion, our suffering, and our wounds in the context of our daily lives, in lo cotidiano?

March 28, 2021

Palm Sunday

As we approach this Holy Week, May we find comfort in the words of mercy poured out Even in the midst of trial.

February 19, 2017

Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

God’s call for us to participate in God’s own holiness compels us to reject evil, to speak truth to power, to condemn the wicked.

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