Carole Ann Camp
Carole Anne Camp is a retired ordained minister in the United Church of Christ. She has served several churches in Western Massachusetts as pastor. She holds an M. Div. degree from Andover Newton Theological School and an Ed.D. from the University of Massachusetts. She is the coauthor of Labyrinths from the Outside In.
Caroline M. Ebertshauser
Carolyn Gratton, Ph.D., a psychologist and professor of spirituality at Duquesne’s Institute for Formative Spirituality, has spent twenty-five years working in the field of spiritual guidance and has also authored Guidelines for Spiritual Direction and Trusting.
Catherine Cornille is an editor, an author of many books, and an associate professor of comparative theology at Boston College. Her teaching and research focus mainly on theoretical and methodological issues in the comparative study of religions and in the dialogue between religions. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
Catholic Common Ground Initiative
Catholic Common Ground Initiative was begun through the efforts of the Late Joseph Cardinal Bernardin. Its aim is to foster constructive dialogue within the church among people who may differ in opinions and interests.
Celia Wolf-Devine (Emerita, Stonehill College) has published books, chapters, and articles on a variety of topics. Her most recent work on prayer is entitled The Heart Transformed: Prayer of Desire (Alba House) and A New Companion to Prayer: Meeting God Where You Are (Catholic Truth Society). She has also recently completed an essay on Descartes' Metaphysics and Philosophy of Science for The Cartesian Mind (Roman & Littlefield) and Welcoming the Unborn: Towards a Politics of Inclusion in the Palgrave Anthology of Philosophy and Public Policy (2018).
Charles H. Huber
Dr. Huber received his B.A. from Upsala College, M.Ed. and Ed.S. from Florida Atlantic University, and Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina. He has authored or co-authored 10 books, served as editor of several professional journals, and written numerous articles and book chapters. Dr. Huber has been married for over two decades to his partner, Betsy.
Charles M. Murphy
Msgr. Charles M. Murphy was former rector of the North American College, the seminary for Americans in Rome. He also served as adjunct professor at St. John’s Archdiocese Seminary in Boston. He holds a doctorate in theology from the Gregorian University in Rome, for which he conducted propaedeutic seminars. In the diocese of Portland, Maine, he held various positions including director of seminarians, director of the permanent diaconate, pastor and theological advisor to the bishop. He is the author of three previous books.
Shelton is Associate Professor of Psychology at Regis College in Denver and licensed psychologist in private practice. He is an internationally-known consultant, lecturer, and workshop facilitator.
Chris Aridas is a priest of the Rockville Center diocese and pastor of St. Margaret of Scotland church in Selden, New York. He is a musician and gifted liturgist and for a decade was director of the charismatic renewal on Long Island. This book was born from his experience in counseling couples and the planning of hundreds of weddings.