Olivia Catherine Hastie is a second year Master of Theological Studies student at Harvard Divinity School focusing on Religion, Ethics, and Politics. She earned her bachelor’s degree in religious studies and peace and conflict Studies at the College of the Holy Cross in 2022 and plans to pursue doctoral study in Catholic Theology/Ethics. Olivia’s work centers the body as a critical component of Christian discourse working closely with liberationist, feminist, and queer theologians and authors. Her work is intersectional, but foundationally rooted in her beloved Catholic tradition, a tradition she seeks to transform. In addition to her studies, Olivia is the Program Associate for Education and Advocacy with FutureChurch and an avid volunteer in her church community at Saint Cecilia in Boston. In her free time, Olivia enjoys practicing her singing skills, spending time with her family, and exploring the many coffee shops in the Boston area.



February 11, 2024

Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

What does it mean to be made “clean” by the spirit? What does it mean to bring our messes to God?

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