The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mariana (Latin: Archidioecesis Marianensis, Portuguese: Arquidiocese de Mariana) is an archdiocese based in the city of Mariana in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. Geography The archdiocese owns the parishes in seventy nine municipalities in four main regions in the state of Minas Gerais. On 6 December 1745 the Diocese of Mariana was established with territory taken from the Diocese of São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro. In 1748, after release from prison, formerly enslaved prostitute Rosa Egipcíaca began to preach to crowds about her religious visions. In 1749 she was accused of witchcraft by the Bishop of Mariana and whipped in Vila de Mariana as a punishment. This punishment paralysed the right side of her body for the rest of her life. Egipcíaca became the first black woman in Brazil to write book, which was entitled Sagrada Teologia do Amor Divino das Almas Peregrinas. More information...

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