Cátia Tuna holds a PhD in History (History and Culture of Religions) by Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon (2020) and a Master’s Degree in Theology by Faculty of Theology of Catholic University of Portugal (2012). Her doctoral thesis was entitled «“I don’t know whether I’m singing or praying”: cultural and religious ambivalences of Fado (1926-1945)» and her master’s dissertation was on the theme «The voice in the Bible: the path of understanding the voices of God and man from the literary-theological concepts qôl and fonê». She was a doctoral fellow of the Science and Technology Foundation (2013-2017). She is invited assistant teacher of Faculty of Theology of Catholic University of Portugal. She is member of the Centre of Religious History Studies (UCP-CEHR) in which integrates at present the research’s project «Servants of Our Lady of Fatima: a Female Congregation’s History».