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    Mary

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    Eve‚ Mary-mother of Jesus‚ and Mary Magdalene are all prominent characters in the Hebrew and Christian Bibles and to some extent are mentioned in the Quran. Regardless of whether or not a person believes these women really existed as portrayed within these religious texts‚ they had and still have a major impact on societal views towards women today. For women to be truly liberated and treated as equals to men requires the circumvention of conventional patriarchal‚ anti-feminist interpretations and

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    Mary Mackillop Final

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    Saint Mary of the Cross Mackillop - Good Christian Award Due to her life and doings of Christian Service‚ Saint Mary of the cross Mackillop is a perfect nominee for the Good Christian awards. Mackillop was born from a Scottish background on the 15th of January‚ 1842 in what is now the Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy‚ Victoria. Mackillop was the founder of the sisters of St Joseph of the sacred heart. On the 17th of October 2010‚ Mary Mackillop was said to be Australia’s first saint‚ and is now an influence

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    Jesus and Mary

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    REGARDING MARY During the last forty years‚ there has been an increased desire between Catholics and other Christians to discuss the theological positions that have separated us. The Catholic Church’s teachings on Mary have been a crucial element in the discussions that have taken place. There are many hopeful signs of mutual understanding‚ including a new appreciation for the Scriptural and Patristic presentations of Mary‚ as well as the writings‚ homilies and hymns of the Reformers on Mary.

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    saint is a very difficult thing to come across; however I believe to have found the perfect candidate for canonization. Her name is Mary Dempster. I believe that the miracles of this woman are real‚ and not just coincidental‚ due to her unstable state of mind. Mary was married to a Baptist Parson‚ named Amasa Dempster in a little village called Deptford. While Mary was carrying her unborn son in her womb‚ she was hit in the back of the head with a snowball concealing a fairly large rock. The impact

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    The Gospel of Mary inspired the monologue of Mary Magdalene as Jesus’ sister. To me‚ it became clear that Mary had known the secrets of Jesus and Jesus treated her the greatest‚ since they were siblings and best friends‚ not lovers. I took the connection I had made and used it as the association of Mary Magdalene in the gospels. Mary Magdalene traveled with Jesus when he proclaimed the Kingdom of God‚ she was present with the mother of Jesus during his crucifixion‚ and she was present at the tomb

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    Mary Shelley

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    Mary Shelley was born on August 30‚ 1797‚ becoming a distinguished‚ though often neglected‚ literary figure during the Romanticism Era. Mary was the only child of Mary Wollstonecraft‚ a famous feminist‚ but after her birth‚ Wollstonecraft passed away (Harris). Similar to Mary’s book Frankenstein‚ both her and Victor’s mothers die when they are at a very young age. Mary’s father was William Godwin‚ an English philosopher who also wrote novels that would inspire Mary in the late years of her life (Holmes)

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    The Virgin Mary

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    The Virgin Mary The Virgin Mary is the mother of Jesus Christ‚ who over a billion people as God’s son‚ explaining why she is considered one of the most important people ever. It is not clear when she was born‚ but going by the Bible we can guess about 30 – 20 BC. She probably died around 40 AD‚ maybe later though. There is not a great deal of writings on her in the bible‚ making it hard to verify when she was alive. She was an important figure as she was "the Mother of God" as the Bible

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    Mary Ainsworth

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    Mary Ainsworth a Prominent Woman of Psychology PSY/310 October 30‚ 2010 Mary Ainsworth a Prominent Woman of Psychology Mary D. Salter- Ainsworth was born in Glendale‚ Ohio in December of 1913. Her parents were both academics at Dickenson College. Her father majored in history‚ while Mary’s mother focused on teaching and nursing. According to her biography‚ Mary and her two sisters grew up in a very “close-knit family” (Ainsworth‚ 1983). The importance of education was definitely impressed

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    Victoria Daniels American Lit 1 EH 225.104 10/07/2014 Mary Rowlandson vs. Mary Jemison’s And Their Interpretations of the Indians. Mary Rowlandson was a Puritan women living in Lancaster‚ Massachusetts with her husband Joseph‚ and their three children‚ when the Indians captured them. The Indians killed Rowlandson’s sister and her youngest child. In 1758‚ fifteen year old Mary Jemison was captured by a Shawnee and French raiding party that attacked her farm. She was adopted and incorporated into

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    Mary Rowlandson was a devote puritan who was captured by Native Americans‚ along with her children and other settlers. “The Sovereignty and Goodness of God” was the narrative she wrote after her release from captivity. This account is a combination of Rowlandson’s true story‚ as well as a form of propaganda. The goal was to deter colonist from going to live with the Natives while encouraging people to return to the church. From my interpretation of Mary Rowlandson’s Narrative‚ I believe it is indeed

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