Katharina von Bora – Wife of Martin Luther, Mother of 6, Adopted Mother of 11, Doctor, Farmer, Gardener, Brewer, and Whatever else she was…
Ursula of Münsterberg was born into a noble family and as was normal for girls of her status, took monastic vows in her early teens. But she grew up to become a smuggler of Lutheran books and one of many runaway nuns.
Anna Owena Hoyers was a Renassiance thinker, author and poet. Anna’s writings highlighted the importance of the domestic life as a place for religious growth and discouraged church practices which hid the truth from people – all while simultaneously promoting the capability of women to interpret the Bible.
Argula von Grumbach was the sole Reformer active in Bavaria. Despite being a prolific author, Argula is the Reformer we almost forgot.