Elizabeth Dreyer is Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at Fairfield University in Fairfield, CT. Areas of interest include medieval Christian theology, spirituality and mysticism; the spiritual legacy of medieval women; theology of the Holy Spirit; theology of the cross; contemporary lay spirituality; the thought of thirteenth-century Franciscan, Bonaventure; and the Ignatian spiritual heritage. She publishes in a wide range of journals and lectures, teaches, and leads workshop and retreats in the United States and abroad.

Catherine of Siena: Living the Truth in Love (St. Anthony Messenger Press, 1999).

A volume in the series, A Retreat With…, this text leads the reader through at “at home” seven-day retreat that explores how Catherine’s love of the truth can help us know ourselves, be honest about our strengths and weaknesses, and grow in wisdom and freedom.