Alexandra Gillis is a teacher and educational researcher living on the territorial lands of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples, amidst mountains and ocean. She has published Thinking Woman (2006) and is co-author, with John Benton and Philip McShane, of Introducing Critical Thinking (2005). She currently works for the Ministry of Education and can be reached at email@example.com.
Institute of Formation and Religious Studies (IFRS) Philippines
Brendan Lovett has been lecturing in theology since 1976, initially in Sydney, Australia, but mainly, since 1980, in the Republic of the Philippines. Recently returned to Ireland, he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mount Saint Vincent University Canada
Philip McShane (1932–2020), Professor Emeritus at Mount St Vincent University, Halifax, Canada, is the editor of Bernard Lonergan’s For a New Political Economy and Phenomenology and Logic, and the author of numerous books, most recently The Future: Core Precepts in Supermolecular Method and Nanochemistry (2019) and Interpretation from A to Z (2020). Many of his books are now available on Amazon. His numerous articles and many web series can be accessed at http://www.philipmcshane.org.
Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe France
Pierre Whalon served as bishop for the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe from 2001 to 2019. His episcopal ministry has included much interreligious and ecumenical work, as well as refugee activism. He has published books in French as well as English, along with many articles in theology, economics, and philosophy of science. He is also an accomplished composer and organist. See pierrewhalon.info. Bishop Whalon lives in France with his wife Hélène.