Sarah Gohn, a native of Connecticut, earned her B.A. in Theology and Religious Studies and in Politics from the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. She then earned a Masters in Theology from the Augustine Institute, while also interning as a Campus Minister at the University of Denver and working as a Contributing Blogger for Fight the New Drug. She taught high school theology at Charlotte Catholic High School in Charlotte, NC. A lover of the New Evangelization, Sarah worked as a Campus Minister at Belmont Abbey College before joining the Good Catholic team as Social Media and Community Content Specialist in early 2022. She and her husband Peter met in college and were married in 2018. They have one son together and reside in Charlotte, NC.
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