Jamie L. Manson

retreat leader

Contact Jamie

Jamie frequently travels

the country offering presentations and retreats on issues as various as spirituality, the future of the church, sexuality, poverty and social justice.

Jamie welcomes the

opportunity to contribute

essays to newspapers, magazines and books.

She also serves as a

spiritual director.

She can be reached at:


Jamie’s Blog

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About Jamie

Jamie Manson received her Master of Divinity degree from Yale Divinity School, where she studied theology, spirituality, and sexual ethics.

She most recently served as the Director of Social Justice Ministries at 

Jan Hus Presbyterian Church in New York City where she ministered to the needs of Manhattan’s poor and homeless populations. Previous to this work, Jamie was the Pastoral Associate and Director of Faith Formation at St. Francis Xavier Church in Manhattan.

Jamie began her career as Director of Publications at

Yale Divinity School where she relaunched the School’s magazine Reflections and served as its editor-in-chief.

She writes a monthly column for the National Catholic Reporter, addressing the plight of the poor, the future of the Church, issues of gender and sexual orientation, and ways of finding God’s presence in our everyday lives.

Jamie is a board member of the Women’s Ordination Conference, and, for the past five years, she has offered college courses, workshops, and retreats on spirituality, relationships, and sexuality. She is also a member of Spiritual Directors International.