July 2019 WATERritual Hand in Hand: Imagine By Diann L. Neu and the WATER staff Blessed are these hands when they… Imagine the many ways you are connected to family, friends, and colleagues around the world. Hands reach out and link you to others. This liturgy invites you to imagine yourself hand in hand with […]
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Notes from WATERtalks: Feminist Conversations in Religion Series “However Long the Night: Making Meaning in a Time of Crisis, A Spiritual Journey of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR)” An hour-long teleconference with Annmarie Sanders Wednesday, July 10, 2019 1 to 2 p.m. ET Mary E. Hunt Introduction: Like all of WATER’s efforts, our purpose […]
Mary’s featured article for Rewire.News, “Vatican’s ‘Dumbed Down Version of an Old Argument’ on Gender Can’t Stop Changes in Catholicism.
Mary’s blogpost for Sisters of Mercy, “On Pride and Against Prejudice.”
June 2019 WATERritual Pride and Equality Month: Grateful, Proud, and Connected By Diann L. Neu and the WATER Staff June is Pride and Equality Month, and most major cities in the United States and throughout the world celebrate Pride Day. LGBTQIA+ people have a powerful impact on local, national, and international history. This liturgy celebrates […]
Mary Hunt and Diann Neu traveled with colleagues to Matanzas, Cuba where they supported Dr. Ofelia Ortega in receiving her Doctorate of Ministry. Below is a news clip, featuring interviews with Mary.
Text of Mary E. Hunt’s remarks, “The Vatican’s Graceful Exit from the UN Starts at the Commission of the Status of Women,” given at the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW).
Mary E. Hunt featured piece on Rewire.News, “Feminist Theologians Bring Wisdom to Fiction.”
Mary E. Hunt featured piece on Rewire.News, “As UN Considers Status of Women, It’s Time for the Vatican to Take its Rightful Place.”
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