- From the Pews in the Back: Young Women & Catholicism, Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2009. Co-editor.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
- “Gendering Prayer: Millennial-generation Catholics and the Embodiment of Feminine Genius and Authentic Masculinity,” Religion and Gender 7 (Vol 7, No 1, 2017): 1–17.
- “‘Gemma is My Girl!’ Devotional Practices of Millennial Catholic Women and the Making of Contemporary Saints,” American Catholic Studies (Winter 2016): 1-21.
- “Buddhist Women and Interfaith Work in the United States.” Journal of Buddhist-Christian Studies 27 (2007): 31-50.
Manuscripts Accepted for Publication
- “#Adoration: Holy Hour Devotions and Twenty-first Century Catholic Identity,” U.S. Catholic Historian (Winter 2018).
Manuscripts in Preparation
- Hip Catholicism: The Remaking of American Catholicism by Millennial Missionaries, under contract
- “Reform in American Catholicism? Not Really. Reemphasis? Yes,” Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, & World Affairs, December 14, 2017.
- “Young Adult Catholics: Telling Our Own Stories. In Future of Religion: Traditions in Transition, edited by Kathleen Mulhern. Englewood, CO: Patheos Press, 2012.
- Forthcoming Review, Donna Bowman, Prayer Shawl Ministries and Women’s Theological Imagination (Lexington Books, 2015), Religion and Gender (Winter 2018)
- Review, Jill Krebs, Our Lady of Emmitsburg, Visionary Culture, and Catholic Identity: Seeing and Believing (Lexington Books, 2015), American Academy of Religion’s Reading Religion, 2016.
- Review, Joseph Laycock. The Seer of Bayside: Veronica Lueken and the Struggle to Define Catholicism (Oxford University Press, 2014), “Religion in American History Blog,” July 2015.
- Quarterly Book Reviewer, CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries Book Reviews, Topics: Women and Religion, Catholicism in the U.S., American Religion