About Gwen Adams
TEACHER AND SPEAKER.
Dr. Adams is a visiting lecturer at the Augustine Institute, Denver, CO, and has ten years of experience as a teacher and catechist. She has presented at the Center for Ethics and Culture Conference (University of Notre Dame), the Symposium on Advancing the New Evangelization (Benedictine College), the Diocese of Burlington, the Diocese of Superior, and other locations around the country.
Dr. Adams’ work has appeared in the Church Life Journal, Faith and Culture, and The St. Austin Review. She has developed curriculum and materials for Vianney Vocations. She is completing her first book, relating interview-based stories of successful American priest and lay apostolates since Vatican II (forthcoming Augustine Institute Press, 2018).
Dr. Adams has been helping people complete significant projects for more than fifteen years. She has mentored writers, from fourth grade through doctoral candidates. She has coordinated and overseen parish festivals, youth retreats and summer camps, and academic residential programs for youth and adults. She was a 2005 winner of a $5,000 grant from Tippecanoe Arts Federation to produce street theater events and has directed a number of plays, including Hickscorner (2012, 2001); Life Is a Dream (2012, 2001); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2005); Commedia dell’Arte theater “The Flower of Beauty” and “The Secret Room” (2005); The Other Wiseman (2004, 2003); and Uncle Vanya (2003).