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Julian Guthrie
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Julian Guthrie is a journalist with the San Francisco Chronicle, who has won numerous awards, including the Best of the West Award and the Society of Professional Journalists’ Public Service Award. Her feature writing and enterprise reporting have been nominated multiple times for the Pulitzer Prize.

Her articles have also been published by Salon.com, San Francisco Magazine, Forbes FYI and Conde Nast Traveler.

"The Grace of Everyday Saints: How a Band of Believers Lost Their Church and Found Their Faith," to be published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, is her first nonfiction book.

Guthrie is under contract to write her second nonfiction narrative book for Grove/Atlantic. The book, about Larry Ellison’s audacious bid for the America’s Cup and the unlikely partnerships he forged, is due out Spring 2013.

Blog Entries by Julian Guthrie

The Early Days of Clergy Abuse: A San Francisco Story

0 Comments | Posted August 20, 2011 | 11:03 AM

Editor's Note: The following is adapted from the author's new book, "The Grace of Everyday Saints: How a Band of Believers Lost Their Church and Found Their Faith," available now.

Early in the spring of 1994, a hard-charging San Francisco lawyer named Robert Bryan hired a private investigator...

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How Progressive Democrats Remain Catholic

0 Comments | Posted August 12, 2011 | 12:17 PM

The governor of New York is a practicing Roman Catholic who was raised in a family steeped in traditional Church teachings. The nation's vice president is open about the role of faith in his life, saying that he finds comfort in carrying his rosary and attending Mass weekly. Our house...

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