Justin Sengstock writes primarily about the Catholic Church and Chicagoland. He is a graduate student at Catholic Theological Union at Chicago, and is a contributor to the books Hungering and Thirsting for Justice: Real-Life Stories by Young Adult Catholics (ACTA, 2012) and An Irrepressible Hope: Notes from Chicago Catholics (ACTA, 2012). Justin also appears anonymously in this Chicago Reader article about the Read/Write Library. He is the “former volunteer” who “made a habit of reviewing old social-justice-oriented publications on the library’s blog.” Those posts are preserved here under this category tag. Justin is a lifelong resident of Chicago’s south suburbs.