Amy Corrieri is the youngest of nine children. She was raised Catholic but spent twenty years away from the Church in search of the Truth until 2006 when Jesus revealed his True Presence at a friend’s wedding and she came home to the Catholic Church. Well, that’s the short version.
Since then she has served as a leader for teens preparing for the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults at St. Andrew the Apostle, was Interim Coordinator at the John Paul II Resource Center for Theology of the Body, and worked for the Catholic Community Foundation for the Diocese of Phoenix.
In her role now with Restore Dignity, and as a survivor of childhood abuse, she hopes her contributions to building up this vital ministry will help other men and women to reclaim joy, integrity, and the ability to appreciate the wonder of life.
She also loves to read, learn, think, and talk about the mysteries of life, great art, beauty, and things that are really funny.