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" Mary then proceeds to give some of the causes for the diminution of fervour, adding, that "fervour is not placed in feelings, but in a will to do well, which women may have as well as men. There is no such difference between men and women that women may... "
Messenger - Page 256
1908
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The DŽvotes: Women and Church in Seventeenth-century France

Elizabeth Rapley - 1990 - 283 pages
...priesthood, she did not hesitate to confess her high ambitions, both for her own sisters and for other women: There is no such difference between men and women that women may not do great things ... And I hope to God that it will be seen that women in time to come will do much ... I confess wives...
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Handbook of European History 1400 - 1600: Late Middle Ages, Renaissance and ...

Thomas A. Brady, Heiko Augustinus Oberman, James D. Tracy - 1994 - 709 pages
...opposition mounted. Ward might have salvaged much of her work, but she refused compromise solutions: "There is no such difference between men and women that women may not do great things."" A papal bull suppressed the English Ladies in 1631.12 The Ursulines and Visitandines compromised, adapted...
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Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe

Merry E. Wiesner - 2000 - 325 pages
...something new in Catholicism, in her words, "a course never thought of before," but she stressed that there "is no such difference between men and women...that women may not do great things as we have seen by the example of many saints."15 Her popularity and independence proved too much for the Church hierarachy,...
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Early Modern European Society

Henry Kamen - 2000 - 281 pages
...themselves on the Jesuits and carried out notable spiritual and charitable work. Ward argued that she saw 'no such difference between men and women that women may not do great things'.33 The supreme achievement was that of Teresa of Avila, whose influence permeated the religious...
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In Their Time: A History of Feminism in Western Society

Marlene LeGates - 2001 - 406 pages
...apostolic work for men. Ward revealed her confidence in a tart response to a comment on women's weakness; "There is no such difference between men and women that women may not do great things," she declared. "For what think you of this word, 'but women'? As if we were in all things inferior to...
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State of Virginity: Gender, Religion, and Politics in an Early Modern ...

Ulrike Strasser - 2004 - 248 pages
...well as men. If we fail. it is for want of this verity. and not because we are women . . . fervour is not placed in feelings. but in a will to do well. which women may have as well as men.9 . . . For what think you of this word. "but women?" but as if we were in all things inferior...
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An Introduction to Christianity

Linda Woodhead - 2004 - 439 pages
...educational work. Despite initial papal approval in 1616, Ward refused to compromise her belief that 'there is no such difference between men and women that women may not do great things', and was condemned as a heretic. Other isolated groups of 'Jesuitesses' were also dissolved. We have...
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Women's Writing in English: Early Modern England

Patricia Demers - 2005 - 363 pages
...well as men. If we fail, it is for want of this verity, and not because -we are women, for fervour is not placed in feelings but in a will to do well, which women may have as -well as men.' Nevertheless Ward's followers experienced great successes and torments; the English Roman Catholic...
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Sibling Relations and Gender in the Early Modern World: Sisters, Brothers ...

Naomi J. Miller, Naomi Yavneh - 2006 - 238 pages
...much when she responded to criticism of her educational program for women with the contention that There is no such difference between men and women...women may not do great things, as we have seen by the example of many saints who have done great thngs.'19 In contrast, while moderate Protestantism...
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Laughing with God: Humor, Culture, and Transformation

Gerald A. Arbuckle - 2008 - 187 pages
...programs to the needs of women but to be in no way dependent on the Society of Jesus. As she wrote: "There is no such difference between men and women that women may not do great things . . . I would to God all men understand this verity, that women . . . might do great things."42 Her...
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