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Fellows

Our Mission

The Society of St. Sebastian is an association of scholars and other professionals in various disciplines who see their intellectual work as an expression of the service that they owe to God and community. In addition to academic and professional concerns, the Society was founded primarily to give the corporate witness of its members to the Culture of Life. Aware of the duty that Catholic scholars and professionals have to serve the whole community of faith, the members of the Society wish to give whatever witness and assistance they can to promoting the Culture of Life.

Fellowships

Our goal is to form a true fellowship of scholars and professional activists who wholeheartedly accept and support that life begins at conception and that we are made in the image of God and imbued with Natural Law and this reality ought to be reflected within the civil law.

 

This fellowship of our members will provide an opportunity for qualified scholars and professional activists to share their special competencies and interests and enlist such competencies in disciplinary and interdisciplinary research.


The expertise and experience of our members will help facilitate communication in support of the Culture of Life through publications, individual and shared scholarly work, lectures, conferences, and the like.

All fellowship qualifications must be met on an annual basis.

Academic Fellow

 

 

 

Permanent Fellow

 

 

You will be awarded an Academic Fellow if an article of at least 5000 words you submitted is accepted for publication in the Society of St. Sebastian’s quarterly journal, Bioethics in Law & Culture. You will be recognized as an Academic Fellow of the Society for your scholarly contribution and may identify yourself as such.

 

You will be awarded a Public Policy Fellow if legislative testimony you submitted is accepted for publication in the Society of St. Sebastian’s quarterly journal, Bioethics in Law & Culture. You will be recognized as a Public Policy Fellow of the Society for your contribution to public policy and may identify yourself as such. 

 

This fellowship  will be awarded to an author who qualifies for two of the other fellowships. You will be recognized as a Premier Fellow of the Society for your scholarly and public policy contributions and may identify yourself as such. 

You will be recognized as a Fellow if you contribute at least three articles to the weekly column, Sebastian’s Point. You may identify yourself as a Fellow of the Society for your contributions.

Public Policy Fellow

Premier Fellow

Order of

St. Sebastian Fellow

Fellow

Society of St. Sebastian Fellows:  2019  to  2023

Society of St. Sebastian 2024 Fellows

 

Order of the Society of St. Sebastian:

 

Katie Breckenridge, MS

Them Before Us

 

Academic Fellow:

 

Mary Elizabeth Castle, JD

Texas Values

 

Richard Doerflinger, MA

Charlotte Lozier Institute

 

Mia Stuepert, MA

Charlotte Lozier Institute

 

Rev. Dan Trippie, PhD

Restoration Church

 

 

Public Policy Fellow:

 

Teresa Collette, JD

University of St. Thomas (Minnesota)

 

Michael J New, PhD

Charlotte Lozier Institute & Catholic University of America

 

Fellow:

 

Allie Frazier

 

Amy Gehrke

Center for Client Safety

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