Community Pilgrimage – Sharing Our Faiths

Pilgrimage

For our ancient ancestors having a fear of that which is “different” was a survival trait that kept them alive.  And this deeply engrained trait has remained active throughout human history into the present time.  However, it is now more of a problem than it is a help in promoting peace and understanding amongst groups of peoples. One area in which this fear of the “different” has remained strong is the realm of religion.  And this fear has led to violence, open warfare, and even genocide, not i … [Read more...]

The Solace of Holy Stone

Wild Garden: Pagans in the Growing Interfaith Landscape

I am on pilgrimage for a couple of weeks. I have also called it "field research." And sometimes "visiting friends." I am in Britain to teach a workshop at the Glastonbury Goddess Conference and am using some time ahead of that adventure to see some old standing stones, some old churches, and some old riverbeds. It has me thinking about this element of earth and how we begin to approach it in ways that we deem holy.Certainly there is the phrase "holy ground" and there is also "the Holy Land." … [Read more...]


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