Gina Dadaglo

Gina Dadaglo is a wife and mother, living near Paris, France with her husband and two small kids. She is a convert to Catholicism, and is driven by the desire to make space for a wider range of voices and experiences within the Church. If she could have coffee with someone in heaven she'd pick Dorothy Day, although she'd be a little intimidated.

Recent Posts

faith and doubt

Passing on Faith, Living with Doubt

By Gina Dadaglo / February 5, 2024

“Mommy, I think you’re making this up.” That’s what my 5 year-old daughter said to me when I had tried to answer her question: Can Jesus and Mary see us right now, in our living room? Truthfully, my garbled answer didn’t even feel true to me. I’m not exactly sure what I said, but whatever…

antidepressants and my relationship with God

Antidepressants Ushered Me Into Deeper Communion with God and with Myself

By Gina Dadaglo / October 24, 2022

I grew up in a family that was very mental health literate. Both of my parents have experience with mental health challenges, in their own lives and in the lives of people they love. When a doctor suggested that I might be struggling with depression at 14, my parents were eager to facilitate access to…