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Kate Shellnutt

Kate Shellnutt

Her.meneutics editor Kate Shellnutt follows current events and religion news across the web from her home outside of Augusta, Georgia. A former religion reporter and web producer for the Houston Chronicle, her work has earned honors from the Society for Features Journalism and Religion Newswriters Association. She studied religion and journalism at Washington and Lee University and Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Kate loves cooking TV, comedy podcasts, and social media. She tweets as @KateShellnutt.

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How vocal fry affects women in the church.

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Some advice for the church: Think before you click.

What the Benedict Papacy Meant for Women

Communication is key to the pope's legacy

Female Heroes in a New Kind of Combat

Military women already serve and sacrifice in today's wars.
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