Bridget Mary Meehan, Bishop ARCWP, a Sister for Christian Community, serves Mary Mother of Jesus Inclusive Catholic Communities in Florida and in Virginia. She presides at liturgies, officiates at weddings and offers sacramental ministry in both communities. Bridget Mary is author of twenty books including Living Gospel Equality Now: Loving in the Heart of God, a story about her journey to priesthood in the women priest movement that is rocking the foundation of the Roman Catholic Church, a holy shakeup that is bringing new life, creativity and justice to the church and beyond. Bridget Mary has a MA in Religious Studies and a DMin from Virginia Episcopal Seminary. She is currently Dean of the Doctor of Ministry Program for Global Ministries University. Her work in communications media include programs about women priests on Google and youtube and articles on BridgetMary's Blogspot. Bridget Mary was ordained a priest in the first USA ordination in Pittsburgh on July 31, 2006 and was ordained a bishop in Santa Barbara, California in the historic ordination of our bishops in the United States on April 19, 2009
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Irene Scaramazza was born in western Pennsylvania. She entered a religious congregation and was a Catholic sister for 21 years. Irene has been involved in various ministries: education (teaching and administration); community mental health counseling; preceptor for doctoral students enrolled in Marriage and Family Therapy program; retreat and spiritual direction, hospice chaplaincy, and presider for home church and other local groups in Columbus, Ohio. Irene has a Master of Divinity degree from Weston School of Theology, a Doctor of Ministry degree from Boston University, Marriage and Family Therapy certification from Kantor Family Institute. Irene is currently completing a year-long residency program in Clinical Pastoral Education and plans to use it in hospice ministry.
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Dr. Debra Meyers lives in Batavia, Ohio. She has published several books as a professor of history and women’s studies at Northern Kentucky University. She has studied at a Roman Catholic seminary and is currently working to complete a master’s degree in Religious Studies. Her ministry focuses primarily on single mothers and their children who make up the vast majority of impoverished people in our country today. Dr. Meyers is a wife, the mother of two successful children, and a grandmother.
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