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December 24th 2013:Meet a Different Mary Magdalene, One Who Is Real & Relevant to Our Times

In 1988, host Beth Green was inspired to write The Autobiography of Mary Magdalene. Told to the author on the night of her death, this is a gut-wrenching first-person account of a woman who confronted extreme hardships, sexual abuse, discrimination and the painful realities of her times and who transcended anger and despair through scrupulous self-honesty. Her story is our story. Today we interview Lynn Hillix and Annette Hughes from The Stream’s women’s group, which is offering a Healing Arts Theater production of the book in January. They will present excerpts from the story and share how it

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Lynn Hillix

Lynn Hillix is a nurse manager for one of the largest health care companies in the US. This is the first career for Lynn, and it took a long time to get there. She previously worked as an office manager, waitress, bartender, restaurant manager, and mother. Lynn's passion is Oncology and she has worked in Oncology since she first became a nurse at the age of 50. She often says, "People with cancer are the most appreciative people you will ever meet." During her time in nursing she worked as a chemotherapy nurse, charge nurse, case manager, and bone marrow transplant coordinator. She is no longer at the bedside, but knows that through her efforts as a manager she is making a difference in
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Annette Hughes

Annette grew up in Chicago born to a Polish mother and Cuban father with a stormy relationship. As a child she discovered acting and the thrill of connecting to an audience, writing, casting and performing her own play. Despite insecurities, she acted in high school and college and later in local commercials and local and traveling theatre. Drawn to the West Coast, she was in LA for a 2-week visit and was cast in her first movie lead with a "big star" in Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey. In Hollywood she felt swallowed up by her insecurities, nonetheless performing on TV and in TV movies, as well as commercials. Meanwhile, she searched for safe ways to heal, and she discovered Beth Green and The
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