Elizabeth Hayes Alvarez is an assistant professor of religion at Temple University in Philadelphia. She specializes in American religious history and women and religion. She is at work on The Valiant Woman: The Virgin Mary in Nineteenth-Century American Culture, in which she argues that Mary appealed to both American Catholics and Protestants at a time when the two groups were deeply suspicious of each other.
|Categories||Beliefs & practices, Clergy, Congregations, Faith leaders|
|Locations||North America, Pennsylvania, United States of America|
|Faiths||Catholicism, Christianity, Protestantism|