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Saying Thanks to My Parents

It’s been a jetset weekend. On Thursday, I flew to Philly to watch my sister graduate from Drexel School of Medicine (THAT WENT FAST). On Saturday My parents and I jetted all the way back to LA to attend the Honoree Mass at my elementary school, Mayfield Junior School in Pasadena. 649 more words

Spiritual Writing

Till the Lesson be Learned

Cogitating once again on these wise words from Margaret Fuller:

“All around us lies what we neither understand nor use.  Our capacities, our instincts for this our present sphere are but half developed.  

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Confronting Jihadism with Interfaith Education

Woolf Institute Alumnus Rev Martin Olando has recently co-authored a book on the power of education to combat extremism. Burying the Sword: Confronting Jihadism with Interfaith Education… 665 more words


Mourning and Supporting Manchester

HPC is open with a condolence book.

At tea-time, from 4.30pm there is a gathering, words spoken at 5pm. Any faith or none.

It is always the hardest to speak of peace in the midst of violence.


Mary of Nazareth

In the U.S. where I live, the second Sunday of May is celebrated as mother’s day. As a girl it became linked in my mind with church celebrations of Mary of Nazareth, mother of Jesus. 280 more words

Book Review

Inter-faith workshop reflections: every flower has it's place in the garden.

Today I had a lovely day at an interfaith training workshop for an organisation I am going to be working with. The organisation (I’m not entirely sure if I allowed to name it so I will keep it vague) invites speakers from different faith/non faiths to go into schools and discuss their worldviews with children. 1,701 more words