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Mary Moylan (Mary Assumpta Moylan) was born on 15 August, 1936 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, is an other. Discover Mary Moylan's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 59 years old?

Popular As Mary Assumpta Moylan
Occupation Nurse, midwife, political activist
Age 59 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 15 August, 1936
Birthday 15 August
Birthplace Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Date of death (1995-04-14) Asbury Park, New Jersey, United States
Died Place Asbury Park, New Jersey, United States
Nationality United States

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She was found dead in April 1995. It was unclear the exact day she died. The Viva House Catholic Worker at 26 S. Mount Street held a wake for her. She was said to have stayed at Viva House, Baltimore Catholic Worker, before going underground. (The Baltimore Sun)


She participated in the trial, receiving bail of $5,000 and a sentence of two years, but did not report to prison (Peters 6, 244). This triggered a national manhunt monitored by J. Edgar Hoover. She did not even attend her mother's funeral out of fear that the FBI would be waiting for her there. She described her life as one of nomadic poverty, often staying with friends and various women's communities. In part she went underground because, as she told a journalist, she wanted to prove a woman could do it, too. It was a pushback against what is still often seen as the "rampant clericalism and patriarchalism" (Peters 303) of the whole Berrigan phenomenon and the narratives of what happened at actions. After friends appealed unsuccessfully to President Jimmy Carter to pardon her as he had Patty Hearst, she surrendered in Baltimore in June 1979, after which she served a year in the women's prison in Alderson, West Virginia. Afterward she returned to nursing, first at the People's Free Medical Clinic, eventually working in Queen Anne's Hospital. With Jim Keck she was a founder of the People's Community Health Center, that closed in 2015. She was also affiliated with secular radical antiwar groups, at was at the edges of SDS, RYMII and others though ultimately not aligning with them and instead embracing feminism over all else.


Daughter of Mary Moylan, a homemaker, and Joseph Moylan, a stenographer in Baltimore's criminal court and sometime employee of The Baltimore Sun, and a member of the Knights of Columbus. Had a younger sister, Ella, and a brother. She was given the middle name Assumpta because she was born on the Feast of the Assumption of Mary. Moylan graduated from the Catholic Mount Saint Agnes College High School in Mount Washington, and then studied nursing at the Mercy Medical Center (Baltimore, Maryland) School of Nursing, becoming a registered nurse and certified nurse-midwife. Inspired when she heard a speech by Tom Dooley, she went to Uganda in 1959 with the White Sisters of Africa (Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa) to work as a nurse midwife in a religious mission in Nkozi and later Fort Portal, also at one point teaching English in a secondary school. She did a second tour in Africa with the Women Volunteers Association. According to her friend, the scholar and theologian Rosemary Radford Ruether, she parted ways with the hospital in 1965 when she insisted on better training for the African personnel, including decision-making power. She remained in Uganda a few more months and then returned to Washington, DC, where she lived in a community run by the Archdiocese of Washington, and eventually in a community at 1620 S Street NW, where she met George Mische, another of the Nine. Her commitment to Catholicism waned but her activism increased. Moylan was also influenced by the teachings of Jesuit priest Richard McSorley and liberation theologian priest Camillo Torres Restrepo. (Peters 71-76)


Mary Moylan (August 15, 1936 – April, 1995) was a nurse-midwife and political activist, primarily known for her participation with the Catonsville Nine.