Katrina J. Zeno is the coordinator of the John Paul II Resource Center for Theology of the Body and Culture for the Diocese of Phoenix, AZ, (tobcenter.org) and the co-foundress of Women of the Third Millennium (wttm.org), an organization that promotes the dignity and vocation of women and men through one-day retreats, articles, and talks. Katrina co-hosted a 13-part series on EWTN on Pope John Paul II’s “Theology of the Body” and she is the author of Discovering the Feminine Genius: Every Woman’s Journey; The Body Reveals God; and When Life Doesn’t Go Your Way.
Though taking 2 years away from Phoenix and the CALL program, she will be back with her Masters in Theology from the JPII Institute in Washington, DC in 2014.
As an international speaker, Katrina has spoken across the US, and in Switzerland, Austria, England, Canada, Guatemala, and Trinidad, and over 50 of her articles have appeared in national Catholic publications and online. Born and raised in San Diego, California, Katrina earned her BA in theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio where she lived for 23 years until moving to Phoenix in September 2005. Katrina is also a swing dance instructor, an Argentine tango enthusiast, and the blest mother of a young-adult son Michael.