Celebrating Women from The Morton Center

Mention Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) to just about anyone, and it will cue images of a roomful of men, using only first names, bonded by their commitment to defeat the addiction that rules over their lives before it can defeat them.

While some studies reveal that as much as three-quarters of AA members are male, it comes as a major surprise to many that one of the organization’s founders was a woman, Mary Ignatia Gavin, who was known to thousands simply as Sister Ignatia.

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