Mary Manin Morrissey (born 1949) is an inspirational speaker and a former New Thought minister from Oregon, U.S.A. She was a founding minister of Living Enrichment Center in the 1970s. By the mid-1990s, the church's congregation was variously estimated at numbering between 2,000 and 5,000, making it the biggest New Thought church in the state of Oregon, as well as one of the biggest in the world. Morrissey 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.
Morrissey's church filed for bankruptcy and closed after she and her then-husband, Edward Morrissey, were sued by members of their congregation for more than $10 million of outstanding loans. Edward Morrissey later pled guilty to money laundering and spent two years in federal prison. Mary Manin Morrissey struck a plea bargain with the US Bankruptcy court and the State of Oregon, and as a result may not head a non-profit organization.