Throughout history, there have been many women spiritual & religious leaders who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great female spiritual & religious leaders such as Mother Teresa, Bernadette Soubirous, Mata Amritanandamayi, Mary MacKillop, Saint Teresa of Avila.The women spiritual & religious leaders featured in this list are from United States, United Kingdom, Canada & Australia and many more countries.
Mother TeresaMother Teresa
26 August 1910, Albanian, Indian
Founder of Missionaries of Charity
Therese of LisieuxThérèse of Lisieux
02 January 1873, French
Nun

Bernadette SoubirousBernadette Soubirous
07 January 1844, French
Saint

EstherEsther
 , Iranian
Queen of the Persian king Ahasuerus

Hildegard of BingenHildegard of Bingen
16 September 1098, German
Philosopher

Leigh Taylor-YoungLeigh Taylor-Young
25 January 1945, American
Actress
Catherine of AlexandriaCatherine of Alexandria
0287 AD, Egyptian
Saint

Saint AnneSaint Anne
0050 BC, Palestinian
Mother of Virgin Mary

Maa Amritanandamayi Mata Amritanandamayi
27 September 1953, Indian
Spiritual Leader

LeahLeah
 
Daughter of Laban
Saint LucySaint Lucy
0283 AD, Italian
Saint

Mary Baker EddyMary Baker Eddy
16 July 1821, American
Religious Leader
Mirra AlfassaMirra Alfassa
21 February 1878, French
Spiritual Guru

Agatha of SicilyAgatha of Sicily
0231 AD, Italian
Saint

Mary MacKillopMary MacKillop
15 January 1842, Australian
Nun
Saint Teresa of AvilaSaint Teresa of Avila
28 March 1515, Spanish
Saint

Arlyn PhoenixArlyn Phoenix
31 December 1944, American
 
Elizabeth IElizabeth I
07 September 1533, British
 

RachelRachel
Iraqi
Jacob's wife

Catherine of SienaCatherine of Siena
25 March 1347, Italian
Philosopher
Ellen G. WhiteEllen G. White
26 November 1827, American
Writer

Mary IIMary II
30 April 1662, British
Monarch
Megan Phelps-RoperMegan Phelps-Roper
31 January 1986, American
Religious activist

MiriamMiriam
Ancient Roman
Moses' sister

Clare of AssisiClare of Assisi
16 July 1194, Italian
Saint

HagarHagar
Egyptian
Consort
RebeccaRebecca
 
Aimee Semple McPhersonAimee Semple McPherson
09 October 1890, Canadian
Cleric

Saint CeciliaSaint Cecilia
Italian
Musician, Saint

Bernice KingBernice King
28 March 1963, American
Actress

Elizabeth of HungaryElizabeth of Hungary
07 July 1207, Hungarian
Saint
Elizabeth Ann SetonElizabeth Ann Seton
28 August 1774, American
Teacher, Abbé, Memoirist, Nun

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Wilma MankillerWilma Mankiller
18 November 1945, American
Author, Writer, Tribal chief

Rose of LimaRose of Lima
20 April 1586, Peruvian
Saint

GenevieveGenevieve
0419 AD, French
Saint

Bridget of SwedenBridget of Sweden
1303 AD, Swedish
writer, philosopher
SalehSaleh
Yemeni
Prophet

Mary SlessorMary Slessor
02 December 1848, British
Missionary
J. Z. KnightJ. Z. Knight
16 March 1946, American
Psychic, Writer

Ann LeeAnn Lee
29 February 1736, British
Religious leader

Margaret the VirginMargaret the Virgin
0289 AD, Turkish
Saint
Mary, Mother of JesusMary, Mother of Jesus
08 September 0018, Israeli
Mother of Jesus

Angela Warnick BuchdahlAngela Warnick Buchdahl
08 July 1972, American, South Korean
Rabbi
Therese NeumannTherese Neumann
09 April 1898, German
Stigmatic

Catherine of BolognaCatherine of Bologna
08 September 1413, Italian
painter

Gurumayi ChidvilasanandaGurumayi Chidvilasananda
24 June 1955, Indian
 

Minnie VautrinMinnie Vautrin
27 September 1886, American
Missionary

Louise de MarillacLouise de Marillac
12 August 1591, French
Saint
Katharine Jefferts SchoriKatharine Jefferts Schori
26 March 1954, American
Bishop

Catherine of GenoaCatherine of Genoa
05 April 1447, Italian
Saint

Frances of RomeFrances of Rome
1384 AD, Italian
Saint

Catherine McAuleyCatherine McAuley
29 September 1778, Irish
Religious
Saint AgnesSaint Agnes
0291 AD, Italian
saint

PerpetuaPerpetua
0182 AD, Ancient Roman
Martyr
Jemima WilkinsonJemima Wilkinson
29 November 1752, American
Religious leader

Monica of HippoMonica of Hippo
0331 AD, Algerian
Saint

Faustyna KowalskaFaustyna Kowalska
25 August 1905, Polish
Saint
Lucia dos SantosLucia dos Santos
22 March 1907, Portuguese
Nun

St. Katharine DrexelSt. Katharine Drexel
26 November 1858, American
Philanthropist
Hannah Emerson DustonHannah Emerson Duston
23 December 1657, American
Protestant