OUT cast 11/22/2021
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Tune in to OUT Cast on Monday, November 22 to hear a fascinating interview with Latinx Episcopal priest and healer Virginia Marie Rincon on “Queer Spirit,” a series of conversations exploring queer life and the power of the Sacred hosted by OUT Cast collective members Marvin Ellison and Tamara Torres McGovern. Virginia Marie Rincon, a graduate of the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, is the first Latina ordained in the Episcopal Diocese of Maine. While in Maine, she founded the non-profit organization Tengo Voz and devoted her ministry to the Hispanic community. Now living in southern California, she is a dispersed member of the St. Hildegard Religious Community based in Austin, Texas. As she explains, “My indigenous roots are Mestizo, and in my community I’m known as a curandera, a title given to those who practice traditional healing medicine within the Mexican tradition.”
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