How Would Today’s Woman Fare in the Old West? Find Out!

There is something to be said about equality, but the problem is, many people simply have it wrong! Equality is all about getting equal rights, not about confusing what nature has to say about the limitations of our bodies. The same holds true for men! There are just some things a man’s body is well suited for and other things which are beyond the scope of what a woman can easily accomplish. Equality is all about getting equal benefits and equal respect no matter which gender you are or if you … [Read more...]

The Life And History, Saint Joan Of Arc

Frequently Asked Questions Relating To The Life And History of Saint Joan Of Arc Who was Joan of Arc? Joan of Arc was a young women who led the armies of France to several key victories over the English during the Hundred Years War. A great hero to the French she was hated by the English who ultimately captured her and had her burned at the stake for heresy. The full history of Joan of Arc is both fascinating and inspiring so please visit some of the other pages at MaidOfHeaven.com to learn … [Read more...]

Seneca Falls, Women’s Interfaith Institute Breaks New Ground

WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH Seneca Falls, Women’s Interfaith Institute Breaks New Ground Elizabeth Cady Stanton (Dr. Melinda Grube) and Attorney Nadia Shahram meet in Seneca Falls to talk on International Women’s Day 2014 —across religious traditions, countries of origin, and centuries! Photo by Dave Duprey It seemed like a good idea at the time. The church in Seneca Falls had a For Sale sign in front with a “Price Reduced” banner across it. The structure, built in 1871, stood next door to … [Read more...]

St. Joan of Arc’s own birth on the Epiphany – JAN 6

January 6 marked the second-oldest Christian feast day after Easter. Also known as 'Little Christmas,' the Feast of the Epiphany is a day of religious observance for many Christians around the world. Joan of Arc's birth was not officially recorded in the small town where she was born however the people of her town remembered that she was born on Epiphany, or Twelfth-night, which is January 6. The Epiphany celebrates the revelation of God in human form in the person of Jesus Christ and part of … [Read more...]

Nicolas Loiseleur Who acted as a Spy Against Joan During Her Trial

Nicolas Loiseleur One of Joan's Judges in Rouen Nicolas Loiseleur, Aucupis, was born at Chartres in 1930, and was master of arts at Paris in 1403. He was not admitted as bachelor of theology until October, 1431. Already canon of Chartres in 1421, he was made a canon of Rouen in the place of Martin Ravenot, who remained faithful to France. He fulfilled for the Chapter many delicate missions, going to Paris, for example, to take part in various trials. On July 8, 1429, he was delegated, … [Read more...]

Women’s History Month – October 2013

Women's History Month – October 2013   In 1992, October was proclaimed Women's History Month to acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of women throughout Canadian history. October was chosen to coincide with anniversary of the Persons Case, which On October 18, 1929 – through the courage and determination of theFamous Five, the five Canadian women who launched the case – established once and for all that women were "persons" when the Privy Council overturned … [Read more...]

Celebrating Anniversary of Joan of Arc’s Crowning, July 17

Joan of Arc's Crowning Achievement On July 17, 1429, Joan of Arc fulfilled her primary mission to have Charles VII crowned and anointed as King of all France. Joan had predicted that she would lead Charles to his crowning in Reims when she had begun her mission only a few months earlier in 1429. What had seemed impossible to everyone except Joan occurred that summer day in late July of 1429 in the Cathedral of Reims when Charles VII was crowned King of France. Many people, including … [Read more...]

Debbie Ford – WOMAN of ACTION™ *Tribute

  A Celebration of Women™ is inspired to Celebrate the Life of one of our world's greatest minds, mother, award winning author, an internationally recognized expert in the field of personal transformation, a humanitarian, a philanthropist and a WOMAN.   Today, we send our love in remembrance of this awakened feminine soul.       WOMAN of ACTION™     Debbie Ford In Memoriam... 1955 - 2013 Debbie Ford died at home in San Diego on February 17th, … [Read more...]

“Famous Women Inventors in History”, Amanda Carlson

Famous Women Inventors in History For the most part, people think of the men who have created devices when the subject of inventions is brought up. Few people will ever bring up the contributions women have made throughout history. Many of these inventions have laid the ground work for adaptations and advancements that we utilize today. Without these women, many things we take for granted daily may not exist or could be greatly altered beyond our own comprehension. 1. Miriam Benjamin … [Read more...]

Positive Change and Progress in the Status of Women

  THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN THE WORLD TODAY     Since the early days of the Industrial Revolution, women in Europe and North America have made considerable progress towards equality with men, although much remains still to be done. Of course, the industrialization of Western countries at first had not improved the status of women, but had degraded them even further by exploiting them and their children in factories as cheap labor. In the preceding relatively prosperous … [Read more...]

January 27 – International Holocaust Remembrance Day

International Holocaust Remembrance Day, 27 January, is an international memorial day for the victims of the Holocaust, the genocide that resulted in the annihilation of 6 million Jews, 2 million Gypsies (Roma and Sinti), 15,000 homosexual people and millions of others by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. It was designated by the United Nations General Assembly resolution 60/7 on 1 November 2005 during the 42nd plenary session. The resolution came after a special session was held … [Read more...]

Joan of Arc – celebrated after 601 years!

"Most beautiful Maid of Heaven, how brilliant is your light. Like a shining star you point the way to the Father of all light." St. Joan of Arc is the patroness of soldiers and of France. Born circa January 6, 1412, Joan of Arc was born to pious parents of the French peasant class, at the obscure village of Domremy, near the province of Lorraine. At a very early age, she heard voices: those of St. Michael, St. Catherine and St. Margaret. At first the messages were personal and … [Read more...]

Margaret Wise Brown – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™ is honored to pay Tribute, lest we ne'er forget, to a Woman that devoted her life to writing, putting her heart and soul into prose so to create a better world for those around her....and, specialized in Children's Books, sculpting many that are adults in our Society today.        WOMAN of ACTION™     Margaret Wise Brown      Margaret Wise Brown (23 May 1910 – 13 November 1952) was a prolific American author of … [Read more...]

Rachel Carson – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this woman, a pioneering soul that cared so much about the world around her, she devoted her life to marine science.   Her pioneering and persistent work lead her to become one of our world's leading women educating our globe on the key importance of the role of women in environmental grassroots movements, remembered as one of the most influential women in modern America.   Celebrating the birth of modern … [Read more...]

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