(Travels from Atlanta)
Sarah Vabulas was born and raised in the Atlanta area. She left her southern roots to pursue her collegiate endeavors at Saint Mary’s College at Notre Dame where she majored in communication studies and religious studies. While in school, she worked for the Notre Dame daily student newspaper, where she ran the Opinion section for three years while also serving as Assistant Managing Editor. She spent one summer interning at The Washington Times writing editorials, serving as Letters Editor.
After graduating, she worked for a Congressman in the United States House of Representatives for 3 years before finally realizing she could turn her social media talents into a career. She works in social media as an account manager and trainer.
Sarah is a beer connoisseur and a Catholic geek who has somehow managed to fool many into thinking she’s “cool” with her social media presence as the “Catholic Drinkie” where she blogs about living as a faithful young adult Catholic and her passion for a good beer. She dreams of one day having a beer with the Pope or Cardinal Timothy Dolan.
Sarah is the Spiritual Coordinator for the 20/30 Somethings group at her parish, the Cathedral of Christ the King in Atlanta, has been active in the Christ Renews His Parish ministry and is assisting in the start-up of a parish-wide Women’s Group.
- The New Evangelization
- Current young adult culture
- Personal testimony of connection with Christian Community
- Living a joyful, faithful Catholic life