The Sacred Feminine with Mary Ford Grabowsky

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In 1995 Mary Ford-Grabowsky was packing to move. As she peeled from the walls the sacred quotes that had been nurturing her for decades, she began to read them and became fascinated, and then appalled, because every single one of the hundreds of quotes was written by a man. Thus her journey to discover the voice of the sacred feminine began. At that moment she vowed to become an archeologist of the feminine field. In this dialogue you will be enthralled by the depth, breadth and vastness of this voice through the ages. From Perpetua of Roman times to the contemporary Marion Woodman, Ford-Grabowsky inspires us with her story and the stories of the "divine immanence leaping out from the vibrant spirits of women." (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)


Mary Ford-Grabowsky is a scholar specializing in the world's mystical traditions. She holds a doctorate in theology and spirituality and a master of divinity degree, both from Princeton Theological Seminary.

She is the author of:

  • Sacred Voices: Essential Women's Wisdom Through the Ages (HarperSanFrancisco 2002)

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • How she discovered that women have an ancient sacred voice
  • Hildegard of Begin, an amazing woman
  • The story of Vietnamese teacher Chan Khong
  • The dignity and courage of Perpetua of Tunisia
  • Marion Woodman and how the transcendent spirit enters the body
Host: Justine Willis Toms       Interview Date: 3/21/2002       Program Number: 2931