Lilly is an award-winning journalist whose articles have appeared in a variety of publications, including Salon.com, Slate Magazine, Mother Jones, The Washington Post, NBCNews.com and the Los Angeles Times. Her radio work has aired on Marketplace, Southern California Public Radio's KPCC, and Arizona Public Media's KUAZ. Lilly was born in Mexico, grew up in the border town of Nogales and is fluent in Spanish.

Currently, she is the religion reporter for the St. Louis-Post Dispatch. She previously worked for the investigative news outlet FairWarning, which was launched by former Los Angeles Times reporters.

Lilly graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a concentration in religious studies and history, then gained a master’s degree in theology from the University of Notre Dame and a master’s degree in journalism from the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California.

Drawing from the Sunday sermon : Lifestyles →
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Lutheran ministry seeks to convert Jews : Lifestyles →

#Judaism #Marriage #Religion #Christianity 

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With pope's blessing, married man is ordained Catholic priest in St. Louis : News →

#Catholics 

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The Carney Show: Pope Francis and his weekend with the cardinals : Lifestyles →

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St. Stanislaus courts a new future : Lifestyles →

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Why Some Orthodox Rabbis Encourage Prenups →
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Wrote yesterday about a huge victory for 10 California municipalities, including Los Angeles County, and the cities of San Francisco and San Diego.
They won a lawsuit against lead paint makers; the judge has ordered the companies to create a $1.1 billion dollar fund to help eliminate the lead hazard present in hundreds of thousands of homes in the state. 
For more, go here: http://www.fairwarning.org/2013/12/stunning-loss-for-lead-paint-makers-in-lawsuit-by-california-cities-and-counties/
#journalism #publichealth

Wrote yesterday about a huge victory for 10 California municipalities, including Los Angeles County, and the cities of San Francisco and San Diego.

They won a lawsuit against lead paint makers; the judge has ordered the companies to create a $1.1 billion dollar fund to help eliminate the lead hazard present in hundreds of thousands of homes in the state. 

For more, go here: http://www.fairwarning.org/2013/12/stunning-loss-for-lead-paint-makers-in-lawsuit-by-california-cities-and-counties/

#journalism #publichealth

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Court Asked to Decide if Transparency Trumps Corporate Reputation in ‘Company Doe’ Case →
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Parents appeal judge'€™s ruling allowing yoga in public schools →
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Support grows for fired gay Catholic schoolteacher - Religion News Service →
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