Miriam Therese Winter

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Sister Miriam Therese Winter, M.M.S., (born Gloria Winter; 1938, Passaic, New Jersey) is a Roman Catholic Medical Mission Sister, theologian, writer and songwriter (e.g. "Joy Is Like the Rain" (1966), "Knock Knock" (1968), and "Wellspring of Wisdom" (1989)).

"Joy Is Like the Rain" is primarily acoustic music. All songs contain striking vocals. The recording was very popular amongst evangelicals in Britain. "Knock Knock" was similarly popular. It introduced two electric instruments: a guitar, a bass guitar and also added drums on some songs.[citation needed]

Winter currently teaches at Hartford Seminary as Professor of Liturgy, Worship, Spirituality and Feminist Studies.[1]

Selected books[edit]

  • Out of the Depths: The Story of Ludmila Javorová, Ordained Roman Catholic Priest (2001) Crossroad
  • The Singer and the Song: An Autobiography of the Spirit (1999) Orbis Books
  • The Chronicles of Noah and Her Sisters: Genesis and Exodus According to Women (1995) Crossroad
  • Defecting in Place: Women Claiming Responsibility for Their Own Spiritual Lives (1994) Crossroad (Catholic Press Association Second Place Award for Books on Gender Studies in 1995)

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • Sister Miriam Therese's homepage [1]
  • The Women-Church Movement, an essay by Winter[2]
  • Medical Mission Sisters [3]