Monica Migliorino Miller, Ph.D.
Monica Migliorino Miller is a nationally known pro-life leader, a pioneer and veteran of pro-life activism dating back to 1976. Miller received her Ph.D. from Marquette University, and in 1986, she founded Citizens for a Pro-Life Society, a pro-life activist organization. She currently teaches as an associate Professor of Sacred Theology at Madonna University in Orchard Lake, Michigan. She is the author of Sexuality and Authority in the Catholic Church (University of Scranton Press, 1995), The Authority of Women in the Church (Crisis Books, 1997), as well as Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars (Saint Benedict Press, 2012). Her writings are published in National Catholic Register, New Oxford Review, and This Rock Magazine. Monica and her husband Edmund have three children. She resides in South Lyon, Michigan.