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.

NEW SERIES ON WOMEN'S SPIRITUALITY! -- "Called To Holiness: Spirituality for Catholic Women"

Be on the lookout for eight important volumes written for all Christian women. There are volumes for young women, women in mid-life and women in their wisdom years; volumes on how to make a difference in the world; how to grow in prayer; how to become a "grassroots theologian"; as well as volumes on Latina spirituality and marriage and family. Published by St. Anthony Messenger Press. General Editor, Elizabeth A. Dreyer. Associate Editor, Jean Marie Hiesberger. Read one or all of them on your own...or better still, gather a group of women together in a parish or your home to read, discuss, engage in ritual, learn and grow in the spiritual life.

Fall 2008
Making Sense of God: A Woman’s Perspective, Elizabeth A. Dreyer
Grieving With Grace: A Woman’s Perspective, Dolores R. Leckey
Living a Spirituality of Action: A Woman’s Perspective, Joan Mueller

Spring 2009
Embracing Latina Spirituality: A Woman’s Perspective, Michelle A. Gonzalez
Awakening to Prayer: A Woman’s Perspective, Clare Wagner

Fall 2009
Creating New Life, Nurturing Families: A Woman’s Perspective, Sidney Callahan
Weaving Faith and Experience: A Woman’s Perspective on the Middle Years,
Patricia Cooney Hathaway
Finding My Voice: A Young Adult Woman's Perspective, Elizabeth Knobbe