Series: Madeleva lecture in spirituality

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Christian Women in a Troubled World (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality ; 1985) by Monika Hellwig1985
Women and the Word: The Gender of God in the New Testament and the Spirituality of Women (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality) by Sandra M. Schneiders1986
Women at Prayer (Theological Inquiries) by Mary Collins1987
Women and Teaching: Themes for a Spirituality of Pedagogy (Madeleva lecture in spirituality) by Maria Harris1988
Passionate Women: Two Medieval Mystics : 1989 Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality (Madeleva Lectures in Spirituality) by Elizabeth Dreyer1989
Job's Daughters: Women and Power (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality, 1990) by Joan Chittister1990
Women and Creativity: 1991 Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality, 1991) by Dolores R. Leckey1991
Women and Sexuality (Madeleva lecture in spirituality) by Lisa Sowle Cahill1992
Women, Earth, and Creator Spirit (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality) by Elizabeth A. Johnson1993
Madeleva, One Woman's Life (1994 Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality) by Gail Porter Mandell1994
Hagar's Daughters: Womanist Ways of Being in the World (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality) by Diana L. Hayes1995
Stories We Live = Cuentos Que Vivimos: Hispanic Women's Spirituality (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality, 1996) by Jeanette Rodriguez1996
Jewish-Christian Dialogue: One Woman's Experience (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality) by Mary C. Boys1997
The Quotidian Mysteries: Laundry, Liturgy and "Women's Work" by Kathleen Norris1998
An Ideal Church: A Meditation (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality) by Denise Lardner Carmody1999
With Oil in Their Lamps: Faith, Feminism, and the Future (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality) by Sandra Marie Schneiders2000
Speaking With Authority: Catherine of Siena and the Voices of Women Today (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality, 2001) by Mary Catherine Hilkert2001
Compassionate Respect: A Feminist Approach to Medical Ethics and Other Questions (Madeleva Lecture) by Margaret A. Farley2002
Women Who Hear Voices: The Challenge of Religious Experience (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality, 2003.) by Sidney Callahan2003
Women Shaping Theology (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality) by Mary Ann Hinsdale2004
For the Beauty of the Earth: Women, Sacramentality, And Justice (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality, 2006) by Susan A. Ross2006
Subversive Power of Love: The Vision of Henriette Delille2007
Awe-Filled Wonder: The Interface of Science and Spirituality (Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality) by Barbara Fiand2008

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St. Mary's College in Notre Dame, IN presents an annual lecture given by a female scholar. The series is named after the Sister Madeleva Wolff, CSC, who was president of Saint Mary's College from 1934 to 1961. Website


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