Judith Cebula directs the Center for Faith and Vocation at Butler University. It is an initiative dedicated to religious pluralism and to helping students discover unique lives of purpose, meaning and contribution.
Judith came to Butler in 2003 after a nearly 15-year career in daily newspaper journalism, including ten years as a religion writer for The Indianapolis Star and The Indianapolis News. A native of Cincinnati, she is a graduate of Indiana University in journalism and history and is now completing a master’s degree inhistory at Butler. Her research is on the history of two urban Indianapolis Catholic monasteries. Judith, her husband Mike Redmond, and their daughter Elizabeth are members of St. Thomas Aquinas parish in Indianapolis. They live in downtown Indianapolis.