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The Rev. Jacqueline Means, first woman regularly ordained as a priest by The Episcopal Church, to speak at symposium about woman in religious leadership

Radical Religious Women is a symposium offered by Indiana Voices for Women in West Lafayette, Indiana. The Rev. Jacqueline Means will join other women leaders to share stories about their ministry and vision for the Church.

Sister Tahera Ahmad, a prominent Muslim leader, and Rabbi Sandy Sasso, the first woman ordained in the Jewish Reconstructionist movement, are the other presenters. The three speakers will also be part of a free conversation the same evening, titled The Power of Women’s Stories.

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