U.S. Catholic staff

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Father John Molyneux, C.M.F.
Editor-in-Chief, Claretian Publications

Father John Molyneux, C.M.F. joined the Claretians in 1991 and was ordained on June 14, 1997. He has been editor-in-chief of U.S. Catholic since January 2003 and also serves as pastor of Corpus Christi Parish in Stone Mountain, Georgia.

Scott Alessi
Editor, U.S. Catholic

Scott Alessi has been an editor and journalist for more than 10 years, with a primary focus on covering religion and social issues. He has written for several local and national publications and worked for several years as a newspaper editor before joining the staff of U.S. Catholic in 2011.

Emily Sanna
Associate Editor/Web Editor, U.S. Catholic

Emily Sanna joined U.S. Catholic as associate editor/web editor in 2015. Prior to coming to the magazine, Emily worked as a freelance editor for both academic and educational publishing companies. She has an M.Div from Yale Divinity School.

Sarah Butler
Assistant Editor, U.S. Catholic

Sarah Butler joined U.S. Catholic in 2014 as an assistant editor. Prior to joining the magazine team, Sarah was an editorial assistant at Chicago magazine and Milwaukee magazine. She was also a writer for Teaching Tolerance, a magazine about tolerance and respect in schools published by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Angela Cox
Design/Production Editor, U.S. Catholic

Angela Cox joined the Claretian Publications team in 2013 as production editor for U.S. Catholic and At Home with Our Faith. She previously held positions with Premier Guitar magazine as senior art editor and EXHIBITOR Media Group as graphic designer working on EXHIBITOR and Corporate EVENT magazines.

Rosie McCarty
Editorial Assistant, U.S. Catholic

Rosie McCarty joined U.S. Catholic in 2015 as an editorial assistant. Prior to joining the magazine team, Rosie served for a year as an Augustinian Volunteer with Catholic Charities in Chicago. She graduated from Villanova University with a B.A. in English and French.