Pagans and Indigenous Religions: “Nourishing the Balance of the Universe”

[The following is a guest post from Rachael Watcher, Public Information Officer at Covenant of the Goddess (COG), part of the Pagan Newswire Collective's Bay Area bureau, and a trustee of the North American Interfaith Network (NAIN).] On February 29th I begin a trip to Haridwar India to attend a conference produced in part by [Read More...]

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Modern Paganism’s Role in Interfaith

While the concept of interfaith, constructive interaction between representatives of different religions, is truly ancient, its modern conception was largely birthed by the 1893 World’s Parliament of Religions (re-dubbed the Parliament of the World’s Religions in more recent times) where representatives of “Eastern” religions (Hinduism, Taoism, Jainism, Buddhism) created lasting contacts with representatives from the “Western” [Read More...]

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COG Grand Council Elects New First Officer, Meets at MerryMeet

This weekend Covenant of The Goddess, one of the largest and oldest Witch and Wiccan associations, held their 2011 Grand Council. This year the council, part of the larger yearly event known as MerryMeet, took place in Irving Texas and was hosted by the Texas Local Council (click here to download an audio interview with Chuck Peart of COG’s [Read More...]

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Quick Notes: Protecting Sacred Lands, The Interfaith Observer, and Teenage Clergy

A few quick news notes for you on this Sunday morning. Protecting Sacred Lands: The Environmental News Network reports that the Biodiversity Institute at the University of Oxford, in partnership with the Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC) and World Database on Sacred Natural Sites (SANASI), is creating a world map that will display sacred and holy places, [Read More...]

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