VASILIAUSKAITE Ausra (Sr. Gabriele OSB) – a PhD in humanities (theology), lector (since 2015, before was a assistant professor from 2010 until 2015) at the Faculty of Catholic Theology at Vytautas Magnus University, researcher of Research Center of Marriage and Family (since 2011), manager and director of public office “Domus Laudis” (since 2014), coordinator of clinical pastoral care of Kaunas Archdiocese (since 2018), European Society of Catholic Theology of Lithuanian section president and member of Curatorium (since 2021). In 2012-2013, she worked as assistant professor of Department of Humanities at Marijampoles College, Faculty of educational sciences and social work. In 2012-2014, she worked as young scientist at FH, Department of History at VMU. She studied at the Vytautas Magnus University from 2002 until 2014 (STB, STL and PhD), and at K. U. Leuven (Erasmus 2009-2010). She is an archivist of the Convent of Benedictine Sisters in Kaunas (since 2005). In her licentiates and doctor studies, Ausra has studied the pastorals models and created a new pastoral hermeneutic-communicative model in the monasticism area and in the new context of pastoral care of Silence, who she created, too. She has main internships in the Germany, Poland, Belgium, and Belarus, and so on. A finally internship was in Archdiocese of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and the same during the course of the month, her took part in consultation and hand-on training related to pastoral care in a hospital setting. She has lectures and presentations at national and international conferences in the different countries. She was an administrator, project principal, project coordinator, researcher and expert in national and international projects. In 2020, gave the certificate of Excellence in Reviewing awarded to Ausra Vasiliauskaite Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the quality of the South Asian Journal of Social Studies and Economics. Scientific interests: history of monasticism, pastoral care of postmodernist era, history of the monastic spirituality, bioethics, sexual ethics, NFP (fertility awareness), clinical pastoral care, natural theology, social teaching.