Sr. Christin Tomy, OP is a Dominican Sister of Sinsinawa, WI. For several years, her work and interests have focused on the intersections between land, food, faith, and justice. She spent five years managing the organic farm at her religious community’s motherhouse in Wisconsin. She has been heavily involved in solidarity work with Native American communities, especially boarding school truth and healing efforts. She currently lives in Chicago, where she serves part-time as a hospital chaplain and is finishing a Master of Divinity / MA in Systematic Theology at Catholic Theological Union. Much of her research has focused on the Doctrine of Discovery, Native people and the Church, and intercultural theology.

Posted Dec 15 2023

Are the calls to "repent" and "rejoice" conflicting? Restorative justice shows us that they rely on one another.