Doris Donnelly is a professor of Theology at John Carroll University and the Director of The Cardinal Suenens Center in Theology and Church Life established in 1996 with a gift from Mrs. J. Peter Grace of New York City. The Center serves to keep alive the unfinished agenda of the Second Vatican Council through conferences and “Living Water” awards to those who have served the spirit of VCII with distinction. She is also the author or principal editor of eight books including Learning to Forgive (Macmillan, 1979), Mary: Woman of Nazareth (Paulist, 1985), Spiritual Fitness (Harper San Francisco, 1993), Retrieiving Charisms for the Twenty-First Century (Paulist, 1996), Jesus: A Colloquium in the Holy Land (Continuum, 1999), The Holy Spirit, the Church and Christian Unity (Peeters, 2002), The Belgian Contribution to the Second Vatican Council (Peeters, 2005) and the forthcoming Sacraments and Justice (Liturgical Press, 2013). Her articles have appeared in Publisher’s Weekly, Commonweal, America, Reader’s Digest, Worship, and Theology Today; her speeches have been published in Origins. She has served as president of Pax Christi USA and president of the North American Academy of Liturgy.