Unleash the Hounds! (Link Roundup + Crowdfunding Update)

PNC Managing Editor, Cara Schulz with Presidential candidate Gov. Gary Johnson

Welcome to the latest installment of Unleash the Hounds, in which I round up articles and essays of interest to modern Pagans. Before we get started I wanted to give an update on the Pagan journalism crowdfunding experiment I launched on March 21st. The very excellent news is that not only have I reached my fundraising goal of $1850 dollars to send The Wild Hunt to Chicago in November so that I can cover the American Academy of Religion's 2012 Annual Meeting, but I've surpassed that goal by … [Read more...]

Two Prayer Breakfasts, Two Visions of America

President Obama at the 2012 National Prayer Breakfast.

Today the political elite of the United States engaged in an annual tradition, the National Prayer Breakfast, attended by every president since Eisenhower, and held up by supporters as a peace-making, problem-solving moment of unity. "The purpose of the National Prayer Breakfast, which will be held for the 60th time on Thursday, is to attempt to bridge political and even religious differences through what is called “the spirit of Jesus of Nazareth” in order that leaders consider a … [Read more...]

Unleash the Hounds! (Link Roundup)

There are lots of articles and essays of interest to modern Pagans out there, sometimes more than I can write about in-depth in any given week. So The Wild Hunt must unleash the hounds in order to round them all up. The Hellenic Council YSEE of America has sent out a press release criticizing an exhibition at the Onassis Cultural Center of New York entitled “Transition to Christianity.” According to YSEE the exhibition's use of the term "pagan" to describe Hellenic religion is … [Read more...]

Top Ten Pagan Stories of 2011 (Part Two)

[You can read part one of this entry, here.] 05. Dominionism! The Reponse! Christians Behaving Badly! I don't revel in writing about extremism and anti-Pagan fervor within the politically and culturally dominant Christian religion(s), much preferring to instead highlight achievements and challenges within our interconnected communities. Still, even the most temperate of commentator would have to agree that this was the year when some ugly elements within Christianity inched ever closer … [Read more...]


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