Katie Davis is  passionate about spirituality, social justice, and the arts.  Hailing from the Philadelphia area, she earned a Bachelor of Music  degree in musical theatre at The Catholic University of America. As a Jesuit  Volunteer living in intentional community, Katie served as the drama teacher  and campus minister at Cristo Rey Jesuit in Houston, followed by several  years of parish youth ministry in Cicero, IL through the JVC Magis program.  Katie earned her M.Div. at Loyola University Chicago and has worked  as a chaplain and religious studies teacher at St. Ignatius College Prep in  Chicago since 2012.

Katie cherishes  volunteering with the Ignatian Spirituality Project and with Harmony, Hope  and Healing, building relationships with people experiencing homelessness  through retreats and music. Katie serves on the Advisory Board for Jesuit Connections  and has relished opportunities to collaborate with the 8th Day  Center for Justice, Charis Ministries, Ignatian Solidarity Network, and her  parish, Old St. Patrick’s Church. Music and theatre continue to be central to  Katie’s life and ministry.

 In addition to the  communities listed above, Katie is deeply grateful to her family, her partner  Kevin, and her mentors and friends from Merion Mercy Academy, BVM School, and  Young People’s Theatre Workshop in PA, all of whom have encouraged her to  cultivate and share her authentic voice.




January 14, 2018

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Can we trust that we are always known and loved and called? Can we open our ears to that call and respond honestly to God, ‘Speak. Your servant is listening.’?

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