Gateway Goddess: ‘Helpers’ deeds light candles in darkest times

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We all have a choice: light a candle, or curse the darkness. I’ll reach for that candle, every time. [Read more...]

Mourning Deena Butta, Priestess of the Fellowship of Isis

Deena Butta

Patheos Pagan mourns the death of Deena Butta, priestess of the Fellowship of Isis in Chicago. [Read more...]

What’s New at Patheos Pagan (Imbolc 2013)

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January has been a busy month for recruiting here at Patheos Pagan. Announcing three new blogs, a new channel column, and three new Agora contributors. [Read more...]

What’s New at Patheos Pagan (Dec. 2012)

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New Pagan blogs, a new Pagan ebook from Patheos Press, calls for contributors, Patheos Pagan at PantheaCon, and more! [Read more...]

Memorial information for Patricia Monaghan

Via Selena Fox: On Saturday, December 1, 2012 memorial services will be held in Wisconsin to celebrate the life, works, and legacy of scholar, poet, spiritual practitioner and leader, and social activist Patricia Monaghan (1946-2012) who died from cancer on Sunday, November 11. Michael McDermott, her husband, invites you to remember, honor and continue the work of Patricia. Patricia [Read More...]

Wikipedia vs. Pagans [updated]

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[UPDATE 5/22-24/13] Qworty, the Wikipedia editor primarily responsible for targeting Pagan articles for deletion (usually with demeaning and bigoted comments on the accompanying Talk pages), has been unmasked on Salon.com as Robert Clark Young, a writer with a years-long history of abuse of Wikipedia policies. His violations include personal vendettas against other artists and using sock puppet [Read More...]

Mourning Patricia Monaghan (1946 – 2012) [updated]

Patricia Monaghan

We are sad to mark the passing of Goddess scholar, poet, author, and women’s spirituality elder Patricia Monaghan, who crossed over this past Sunday, November 11. Monaghan was the author of a number of influential books on Goddess spirituality, as well as the spiritual memoir and travelogue The Red-Haired Girl from the Bog. The Wild Hunt has a lovely [Read More...]


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