Gracias a la vida (Thanks Be to Life)
Using the song of Violeta Parra “Gracias a la vida” as inspiration, Rev. Tania Márquez touches on the topic of gratitude and shares how this ordinary, but not always easy, practice is also deep spiritual work.
Rev. Tania Y. Márquez is currently serving as a Chaplain resident at a hospital in San Diego. She is also a spiritual care educator of the project “Trauma-Responsive Congregations” with the University of Boston´s School of Theology. She is both an immigrant and a fronteriza and these parts of her identity greatly influence her ministry and her way of seeing the world.