Angela Bonavoglia


ON WOMEN AND THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

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ON ART AND LIFE
Blogging at HuffPo and More


Welcome to my website!


Author, journalist, blogger...
Biker (mostly stationary) and dancer of a certain age…
Women's issues, health, politics, film, tv, all things Catholic…
Former Ms. contributing editor...
The Nation, Salon, Redbook, Cosmopolitan, Chicago Tribune, Daily News, Newsday, The NY Times, Religion Dispatches, National Catholic Reporter, Triquarterly Review...
Nonprofit communications and development specialist...
Bleeding heart liberal--and proud of it.

MY NEWS YOU CAN USE

Don't Miss My Upcoming Interview on "Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan"

“Women’s Media Center Live with Robin Morgan” is a weekly CBS radio broadcast that airs in Washington, D.C., and has a national and international (67 countries) online audience at iTunes and podcast at www.WMCLive.com. What Robin and I will be talking about: the Pope.

Air date and link to come.

Robin Morgan is the award-winning author of over 20 books, a feminist leader, political analyst, former editor in chief of Ms., and, in 2025,co-founder—with Jane Fonda and Gloria Steinem--of The Women’s Media Center.

The program, only a little over a year old, has been called “talk radio with a brain....” Sex, politics, and religion...all get engaged regularly and intelligently. Plus art, humor, news stories others don’t report, voices unheard elsewhere, and Morgan’s legendary commentaries. The show is progressive and then some, and unabashedly feminist.

Robin’s guests have included Gloria Steinem, Congresswomen Eleanor Holmes Norton, Barbara Lee, and Maxine Waters; Jane Fonda, Lisa Ling, KathyBates, Johnnetta Cole, Kathleen Turner, Lily Tomlin, Erica Gonzalez, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnists Gail Collins, Anna Quindlen, and Connie Schultz; Senator Mazie Hirono (D. Hawaii), Native poet and activist Joy Harjo, Debra Winger, former Poet Laureate Rita Dove, Dee Dee Myers, Christiane Amanpour, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navinathem Pillay, Kate Clinton, Maria Teresa Kumar, Sheryl Sandberg, Sandra Fluke, and Kathy Najimy—as well as less known but equally impressive grassroots activists with moving, inspiring stories to share.