Women and Worship

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Lex orandi lex credendi: the law of prayer determines the law of belief. The verbal and ritural language of our formal Christian worship forms and informs the hearts and minds of those who participate in it. Dr. Martin discusses how the public shape of worship can reflect and celebrate both the poverty and the richness of women and their experience as they worship in the assembly and as they lead the assembly in worship, Sunday after Sunday.

Sr. Miriam Martin, P.B.B.M., Ph.D.

Miriam Martin is an Assistant Professor in the faculty of Theology at St. Paul University in Ottawa where she is Director for Women and Christian Traditions and Director of the Summer Institutes in Pastoral Theology and Religious Education. She is the author of “Follow the Flame, A book: Songs of Life and Jubilee”. She has produced professional CD recordings of original music among which are “Follow the Flame and Moments in Between”(1984).

Date/Time: 
Friday, April 2, 2004 - 7:30pm
Location: 
Siegfried Hall, St. Jerome's University