2nd Annual Building Our Community Through Interfaith Harmony

Sunday, September 21, 2014 is the 2nd Annual Building Our Community Through Interfaith Harmony, an evening of compassionate prayers and songs. The focus of the evening's discussion is "Justice, Peace & Faith" though interfaith reflections on humanity in an effort to bring these communities together. This event is a pre-Parliament event for the next Parliament …

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Mabon and the Autumnial Equinox

According to the old Celtic Calendar, Mabon was the second harvest following Lughnasa. It is a harvest festival and a time to honor the trees. All around us we can see signs of autumn as the trees begin to change color, which is another way of reminding use of their importance and magickal significance. Some …

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Covenant of the Goddess Orange County Local Council at Pagan Pride – Los Angeles

The next event for Orange County Local Council of Covenant of the Goddess (OCLC-COG) will be Pagan Pride - Los Angeles.  The event will be held once again in Long Beach, California on October 5th and will have workshops, vendors and entertainment. Pagan Pride Los Angeles, Inc. is an outgrowth of the International Pagan Pride …

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Shooting Stars for September 6 – 12, 2014

Do you ever wonder when you look up and see a shooting star is there something more you can do? Seeing that brilliant light as it streaks across the sky inspires and mystifies curious minds. We know that they are meteors entering our atmosphere and leaving behind it a burning tail of cosmos. So, with …

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In a first-ever joint presentation ceremony, Covenant of the Goddess and Circle Sanctuary honor Military Pagan men and women.

ATLANTA, GA - On Aug. 22, 2014, the Covenant of the Goddess (CoG) and Circle Sanctuary together presented medals and ribbons to a number of Pagan men and women, recognizing them for their military service. For years, both organizations have been presenting separate military service awards to Pagans. Last Friday's ceremony marked the first time …

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