Martha A. Kirk


Martha Ann Kirk, CCVI, is a professor of Religious Studies at the University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas, and the author of Iraqi Women of Three Generations: Challenges, Education, and Hopes for Peace, based on her exhibit of photos and interviews. She has also written Women of Bible Lands: A Pilgrimage to Compassion and Wisdom (Liturgical Press), the first guide book to associate stories about or by Jewish, Christian and Muslim women with over 200 sites in the Middle East (Israel, Palestine, Sinai, Egypt, Tunisia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon,  Syria, Greece and Turkey).

Articles by Martha A. Kirk

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Immigrant children: unending detention Dec 12, 2018 Story : Column
The puppet and the saint seeking truth Oct 1, 2018 Story : Column
Baptism is our call to care for water Apr 9, 2018 Story : Column
The world will be saved by beauty Feb 21, 2018 Story : Column
Compassion unites us across faiths Feb 9, 2017 Story : Column
Glory brighter than the burning napalm May 17, 2016 Story : Column
Danger did not drive us out of Peru Feb 4, 2016 Story : Column
El peligro no nos hizo salir de Perú Feb 4, 2016 Story : Column
Dancing and praying in the nuclear age May 4, 2015 Story : Column
Compassion and courage, sisters and popes Dec 29, 2014 Story : Column