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Feminist Theology

April 6th – Miriam 

Miriam

April 6th


Miriam was a prophet of ancient Israel who, along with her brother Moses, helped lead the Israelites to freedom in the book of Exodus.

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January 3rd – Mary Daly

Mary Daly

16th October 1928 – 3rd January 2010

“It is the creative potential itself in human beings that is the image of god.”

Beyond God the Father, Mary Daly


Mary Daly was an American radical feminist theologian who famously wrote that “if God is male then male is God”.
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December 23rd – The Grimké Sisters

Sarah Moore Grimké & Angelina Emily Grimké Weld 

26nd November 1792 – 23rd December 1873 & 20th February 1805 – 26t October 1879

“This idea of woman’s being “the last gift of God to man,” however pretty it may sound to the ears of those who love to discourse upon. ” The poetry of romantic gallantry, and the generous promptings of chivalry,” has nevertheless been the means of sinking her from an end into a mere means – of turning her into an appendage to man, instead of recognizing her as a part of man – of destroying her individuality, and rights, and responsibilities, and merging her moral being in that of man. Instead of Jehovah being her king, her lawgiver, her judge, she has been taken out of the exalted scale of existence in which He placed her, and subjected to the despotic control of man”

Letter XII Human Rights Not Founded on Sex, Angelina Emily Grimké


The Grimké sisters were the first great female abolitionist and feminist authors in the United States.

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December 12th – La Virgen de Guadalupe

La Virgen de Guadalupe

12th December

According to Catholic legend, in 1531 the Virgin Mary appeared to a poor indigenous man named Juan Diego and asked him to build a church at that place in Mexico City. When Juan informed the local Bishop he took with him tulips that had miraculously grown on the spot where the church was to be built. When he placed the flowers down they left an imprint of the Virgin on his apron which is still at the shrine to this day.

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