In the Bible, God is usually characterized as a male. The New Testament refers to the Holy Spirit as masculine. God the Father, God the Son, Jesus incarnated as a human man, are clearly masculine references. Through my current work, I reference my childhood Catholic experiences and combine them with my explorations in spirituality and femininity. In the piece titled, Maggie, I explore Mary Magdalene; the Mary of many faces: matriarch of a holy bloodline, the female goddess in the sacred union, pleasure revolutionary, and embodiment of feminist spirituality, whose image has been distorted and power as a spiritual figure dismissed by a male-dominated religion.