Kristine Mauss is a wife, mother of four, and a lover of Christ and the Catholic faith. She is a dynamic speaker and highly effective teacher of the faith with years of experience leading junior high schoolers, high schoolers, college students, and adults grow closer to the Lord.
Her love and passion for the Theology of the Body began her freshman year in college, when she was first taught the amazing good news in Pope John Paul II's work. It set her free and enabled her to become the Catholic woman in Christ she was meant to be.
Since that time, she went on to become the Peer Minister of Evangelization for the Newman Catholic Campus Ministry at Western Washington University where she wrote and taught courses on the foundations of the Catholic faith, Confirmation, RCIA, and Theology of the Body in addition to giving numerous talks and workshops around the Archdiocese of Seattle.
After getting married in August 2006 and having four lively children, Kristine has turned to raising her family and serving in ministry part-time.
Kristine served as the Pastoral Associate for High School Youth Ministry at St. Charles Borromeo in Tacoma, WA for two years and is now the CEO, CFO, COO, educator, mediator, chauffeur, cook, and all-around task manager for the Mauss household.
Since Theology of the Body NW was founded, Kristine has traveled all over the NW speaking to thousands of youth and adults about God's plan for their lives. She has also been featured on Sacred Heart Catholic Radio with Dr. Tom Curran and in the Seattle Archdiocesan Newspaper, The Catholic NW Progress.
Kristine's dynamic and intimate stage presence allows her to connect with a wide variety of audiences - drawing them into a deeper relationship with Christ while teaching them more about His Church.