Looking at Holy Women Through the Lens of Diversity

Looking at Holy Women Through the Lens of Diversity

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Location
St. Laurence Anglican Church

5940 Lakeview Drive SW
Calgary, Alberta
T3E 5S8, Canada

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Wed., April 11, 1:00-2:30 at St. Laurence

 Looking at Holy Women through the Lens of Diversity 

Who are the Holy Women who have walked before us, our ancestors, foremothers and sisters in the Spirit?

Miriam, honored by Jews and Christians as a prophetess…

Mary, the subject of an entire chapter in the Koran and bowed to every day by Muslims…

The Samaritan Woman, an outsider not even named in Christian scripture but raised to sainthood by Orthodox Christians…

And did you know that Teresa of Avila, the great Christian mystic, was born into a Jewish family?

or that there is a modern Sikh mystic who painted his visions of Mary?

Join us to look at our foremothers through the lens of diversity. Learn about how the One God has been loved by our Holy Women with deep devotion that continues to invite the world today through the Abrahamic religions.

Presenter: Shirley Cunningham, MA, MSW is a spiritual director, counselor, retreat facilitator, artist and author of Kissed by God: Holy Women Create! and Chasing God. See her on YouTube: ‘Archetypal Interview with Shirley Cunningham on her book Kissed by God: Holy Women Create!’

Further information on her website: www.artfromheartnsoul.net.