Who is Alice Camille?
Alice Camille is a nationally known writer, religious educator, and retreat leader.
She received her Master of Divinity degree from the Franciscan School of Theology in Berkeley, where she also served as adjunct faculty in ministry formation, preaching and proclamation. Alice has worked in parishes and campus ministry, supervised a shelter program for homeless women, and been active in ecumenical settings.
Alice writes the monthly "Testaments" column for US CATHOLIC magazine (Claretian Publications) and is a regular contributing essayist to "Living With Christ" (Bayard, Inc.) and "Give Us This Day" (Liturgical Press.) She collaborates on the homily series, "Prepare the Word" and contributes daily reflections to "Take Five For Faith" (both from TrueQuest Communications.) She has an online Q-and-A column at VISION Vocation Network. Her articles have appeared in CareNotes, Catholic Digest, Catholic Update, CHURCH, Deacon Digest, Every Day Catholic, Finding God, GIA Quarterly, God's Word Today, In Good Faith/De Buena Fe, The Liguorian, Religion Teacher's Journal/Creative Catechist, St. Anthony Messenger, This Sunday's Scripture, Today's Liturgy and Today's Parish. She has recorded audio lenten reflections with Mood Paint and created numerous virtual retreats including evocative visual support with frequent co-author Rev. Paul Boudreau. Alice has worked with teams at Brown-ROA, Harcourt, Hi-Time/Pflaum, and RCL Benziger developing catechetical materials for use in parochial schools.
Her writing has earned numerous awards from the Catholic Press Association (now Catholic Media Association), the Associated Church Press, and the interfaith Religion Communicators Council. Alice currently works as a full-time writer, retreat leader, and speaker from her home in the Southwest.