Mary Manin Morrissey (born 1949) is a New Thought minister from Oregon, U.S.A. She was the founding minister of Living Enrichment Center, formerly the largest New Thought church in the state of Oregon. She has served as president of the Association for Global New Thought, and in 1995, she hosted an annual congress for the International New Thought Alliance. In 1998, she spoke before the United Nations with Arun Gandhi (grandson of Mahatma Gandhi) regarding the Season for Nonviolence. She has also participated in interfaith dialogues with the Dalai Lama. Morrissey is the author of "Building Your Field of Dreams", a book that was adapted as the basis of a PBS special titled "Building Your Dreams". After the closure of Living Enrichment Center, Mary Manin Morrissey was investigated by the state of Oregon, later being enjoined and prohibited from heading any non-profit organization. According to KATU her current church operates as a for-profit entity. Morrissey's second ex-husband, Edward Morrissey, pled guilty to money laundering and using church funds for the personal expenses of himself and his wife, and served time in prison. Mary Manin Morrissey also appears in The Moses Code
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