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December 2015 WATERritual - Re-Imagining Mary: A Woman Today

This holiday season we continue our monthly ritual series to raise up wise women. In the following ritual, we reflect on Mary as a symbol of the oppressed, the forgotten, and those in search of a home for their children, by looking at the many faces of Mary.

"Declaring a Theological State of Emergency: Trump's Ignorance Must Not Be Ours"

Mary E. Hunt for Religion Dispatches, 14 December 2015

WATERtalk Notes: "Interfaith Contemplation: A Path that Shaped My Life"

Notes from "Interfaith Contemplation: A Path that Shaped My Life," a conversation with Beverly Lanzetta

December 9 WATERtalk with Beverly Lanzetta

"Interfaith Contemplation: A Path that Shaped My Life" with Beverly Lanzetta, December 9th at 1 pm ET

WATERtalk Notes: "Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God"

Notes from "Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God," a conversation with Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas

In Memory of Her: Fatema Mernissi

WATER colleague Diana Pierce offers a personal remembrance of Fatema Mernissi, pioneering scholar in Middle Eastern women's studies and Islamic feminism.

John McNeill Memorial Remarks by Mary E. Hunt

John McNeill Memorial Remarks by Mary E. Hunt, Dignity New York on November 14, 2015.

SOAW & Jean Stokan Remember 35th Anniversary of Women's Martyrdom in El Salvador

Today marks the 35th anniversary of the martyrdom of four U.S. church women who were assassinated in El Salvador. Here, read Jean Stokan's beautiful remembrance of Maura, Ita, Dorothy, and Jean.

November 2015 WATERritual: Thanks for Wise Women

This Thanksgiving season we express our gratitude for the wise women in our lives. We honor wise women from goddesses to biblical women, women of recorded history to the women in our lives.