Born into a Jewish family in New York City, Dawn lost her faith as a teenager and became an agnostic. During her twenties, in the 1990s, she was a rock journalist in New York City, interviewing oldies artists such as Brian Wilson and Harry Nilsson. She went on to work in editorial positions for the New York Post and the Daily News.
At the age of thirty-one, Dawn underwent a dramatic conversion to Christianity that ultimately led her to enter the Catholic Church. Her books have been featured in the New York Times and L'Osservatore Romano, and on EWTN.
|Dawn Eden Goldstein participates in a debate|
on Fox News. Watch the video at ChurchPOP.
Dawn received her doctorate in sacred theology (S.T.D.) summa cum laude from the University of St. Mary of the Lake in 2016, becoming the first woman in the university's history to earn a doctorate awarded under the authority of the Holy See. Her dissertation was on recent Magisterial teaching on redemptive suffering. Prior to joining the faculty of Holy Apostles, she taught at St. Mary's College, Oscott, the seminary of the Archdiocese of Birmingham, England.
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