The Queens of Hearts:  Women Saints Who Were Queens Throughout Church History

The Queen of Hearts signifies a powerful woman who is regal, has a strong presence, and is compassionate and caring such as Elizabeth of Hungary and Margaret of Scotland. This seminar will also present women from the Hebrew scriptures, other noble women, their male counterparts, and the aristocratic Howard family. They were recusant Roman Catholics from England’s Tudor period during the reign of Henry VIII. Some examples are Bithiah (Pharaoh’s daughter), Queen Esther, Baroness Jeanne de Chantal, Mary Ward, and Satoko Kitahara.

There will be a one-time charge of $12.00 for a follow up class visit (date to be determined during the seminar) to the MET payable at the first class session.

Instructor: Denise De Vito, M.S. Ed

Saturday, March 25, 2023
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Clare Room

Fee: $50.00