Carolyn Chau is an Assistant Professor at King's University College at Western University in London, Ontario. She received her Ph.D. from Regis College, University of Toronto, an M.Div. from Yale Divinity School, and M.A. and B.A. in Philosophy from McMaster University. She has worked as a hospital chaplain, spent time living in a L'Arche community in Canada, and currently serves on the Anglican-Roman ecumenical dialogue for the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. Carolyn's research interests lie at the intersection of moral theology, ecclesial mission in a secular age, and new and emerging forms of dynamic Christian witness. She recently published the article, "Cultural artisanry and liturgical imagination: the contributions of Charles Taylor, William Cavanaugh, and John Paul II to the retrieval of time in God" in the Journal of the Canadian Chapter of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars (Summer-Fall, 30-58).