Sr. Alicia Torres is a member of the Franciscans of the Eucharist of Chicago, a religious community that carries out the mission of the Church through service to the poor, evangelization, and teaching. She studied theology at Loyola University Chicago (BA) and Mundelein Seminary (MDiv) and received her MA in Teaching from Dominican University in River Forest. She currently works at the Mission of Our Lady of the Angels on Chicago’s West Side and serves as a religion teacher in an inner-city Catholic School. She has been involved in many media projects, including competing and winning on the Food Network’s Chopped in 2015, and she has contributed articles to several online and print outlets, including First Things, Catholic News Service, America Magazine, and Living City. Since July 2021, she has served on the Executive Team for the USCCB’s National Eucharistic Revival and is the managing editor of Heart of the Revival, the weekly e-newsletter of the National Eucharistic Revival.