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This profile was last updated on 9/25/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Parishioner and Lector

Company Description: We provide a home-away-from-home for English-speaking people living in Rome. Our mission calls us to be a place of welcome. Recent news and announcements will...   more

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  • B.A. , French
    St. Mary's College
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Santa Susanna, 25 Sept 2014 [cached]
Joan Lewis: Joan has lived in Rome for 31 years, and has been a parishioner and lector at Santa Susanna for almost as long! After 15 years working for the Vatican, she became Rome Bureau Chief for EWTN, the global Catholic TV and Radio network in 2005. Joan has a blog, Joans Rome at and does daily radio news shows and has a weekend radio show called Vatican Insider. She also hosts Joan Knows on Vatican Radio.
Board of Directors | Salvadoran Children Of The Poor Education Foundation, 18 Feb 2015 [cached]
CLASSIC AUDIO: Father Lally is interviewed by EWTN Radio's Joan Lewis for Vatican Insider show
CLASSIC AUDIO: Father Lally is interviewed by EWTN Radio's Joan Lewis for Vatican Insider show
Occupational health and wellbeing expertise, 8 July 2014 [cached]
Joan Lewis, MCIPD, MA (Law & Employment Relations) - OH legal consultancy
JOAN LEWIS is a qualified legal consultant in employment law and human resource management. She is licensed by the General Council of the Bar under the BarDirect scheme in employment matters. As well as undertaking assignments for clients, Joan is a regular writer and lecturer on employment law and related occupational health and disability discrimination issues. he and a co author have written a best selling book, 'Employment Law and Occupational Health: A Practical Handbook' ISBN 1405149728 published by Blackwells in 2006.
Look no further than EWTN Rome ..., 17 April 2014 [cached]
Look no further than EWTN Rome Bureau Chief Joan Lewis and "Catholic Connection" Host Teresa Tomeo, two fabulous women of EWTN who will be on the ground in Rome with up-to-the-minute coverage of the canonizations you just won't be able to get anywhere except the EWTN Global Catholic Radio Network!
EWTN Rome Bureau Chief Joan Lewis, who received much acclaim from EWTN's viewers for her knowledgeable commentary during the transition time between Pope Benedict and the election of Pope Francis, will once again regale listeners with her insider's knowledge of the lives and works of the Popes and their lives. Among her guests will be Pope John XXIII's secretary, 98-year-old Cardinal Loris Capovilla, and she will get the inside perspective of a Swiss Guard. She will also share many exclusive photos, including one she took herself during a 1961 audience!
Santa Susanna, 13 Sept 2014 [cached]
Adult classes are taught by Fr. Greg, Fr. Tom and special guest speakers, including Sr. Rosaleen Sheridan, Fr. Tim Costello, Fr. Paul Robichaud, Fr. Mark David Janus (of Paulist Press) Fr. Robert Christian, OP (of the Angelicum), John Allen of NCR and CNN and Ms. Joan Lewis of EWTN.
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