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Welcome Across Faiths
Posted on November 11, 2017 by Emmett Wald
by Emmett Wald
What does it mean to really welcome somebody? Not just to say, “you are welcome here,” but to truly make a space feel welcoming and inviting to someone? We’ve chosen “welcome” as our theme at CRSL for the year, and … Continue reading →
Posted in Interfaith Matters, Newsletter Articles | Tagged Baha'i, Buddhism, Christianity, CRSL news, Hindu, interfaith, Islam, Jewish, Pagan, welcome | Leave a comment
The Glowing Influence of the Spring Equinox
Posted on May 15, 2017 by Emmett Wald
by Emmett Wald
The spring equinox, which fell on March 20 this year, is considered the first day of spring, and is recognized as a holiday across many religions and cultures. The spring and fall equinoxes mark important moments in our orbit of … Continue reading →
Posted in History, Newsletter Articles | Tagged Baha'i, Christianity, Easter, Hindu, Holi, interfaith, Jewish, New Year, Nowruz, Pagan, Passover, science | Leave a comment