Clarissa Aljentera


Clarissa is a wife, mother, and author living and working in Chicago. She teaches, speaks, and writes about anti-racism in the Catholic context. She has experience working in pastoral ministry along with newspaper journalism. She is a performing artist, accomplished writer, and has consulted internationally around social media and ministry. Clarissa has published two books, The Parish Guide to Social Media and Wonderfully Made. Her writing has appeared in National Catholic Reporter, Busted Halo, and Columbia Journalism Review. Clarissa has an M.A. in pastoral ministry from Boston College School of Theology and Ministry and a B.S. in newspaper journalism from San Jose State University.


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