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Seeking diversity, First Parish installs a Latina minister

A first in church’s 400-year history

CLEAR ABOUT HER MISSION 'I want to help them nurture the dream they have,' said the Rev. Lilia Cuervo, associate minister at First Parish in Cambridge. CLEAR ABOUT HER MISSION
"I want to help them nurture the dream they have," said the Rev. Lilia Cuervo, associate minister at First Parish in Cambridge.
By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / March 30, 2010

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CAMBRIDGE — First Parish in Cambridge, a Unitarian Universalist church near Harvard Square where six of the university’s presidents were inaugurated, has hired its first Latina minister in its nearly 400-year history. (Full article: 691 words)

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