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Patricia Ferris McGinn is a licensed professional counselor and former executive director of the Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association. She teaches in the art therapy program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is active in political advocacy for counselors on the state and national level.
Barbara Fiand, a Sister of Notre Dame de Namur, lectures throughout the country and abroad on issues related to holistic spirituality, prayer, religious life, transformation of consciousness, quantum spirituality, and the psychology and spirituality of human maturation. She is the author of several books with the Crossroad Publishing Company.
Elizabeth Ficocelli is an award-winning author of fourteen books for adults and young people. She writes on the sacraments, vocations, Marian topics, and Catholic family living. A convert and stay-at-home mother of four, Elizabeth speaks nationally at conferences, schools, and parishes and is the host of the program Answering The Call on St. Gabriel Catholic Radio AM 820 in Ohio.
Mitch Finley is an American author, editor, and speaker. He has written more than thirty books and has won eleven Catholic Press Awards and one American Society of Journalists and Authors, Excellence in Writing Award.
Eugene J. Fisher is a distinguished professor of Catholic-Jewish Studies at Saint Leo University. He has worked tirelessly for the reconciliation between Catholics and Jews. Since 1977 he has worked with U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops to improve Catholic-Jewish relations and has written numerous books on the subject of conflict and reconciliation between the two faiths.
Patrick Fleming, MDiv, MSW, LCSW, CSAT, is a psychotherapist in private practice with his wife, Sue Lauber-Fleming, in St. Louis. He trained extensively with Patrick Carnes, Ph.D., an international expert and researcher in the field of sexual addiction.
Robert Frager, Ph.D. received his doctorate in social psychology from Harvard University, where he was a teaching assistant for Erik Erikson and research assistant to Stanley Milgram. He taught psychology at Harvard, UC Berkeley, and UC Santa Cruz.