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Feminism and Religion · 12h ago

Health Care Woes by Anjeanette LeBoeuf

I was struggling to figure out a piece for this month’s post and what I kept coming back to is my healthcare journey and the uncertainty of the last year. My childhood does not contain memories of not supported medically.... Read More ›
Feminism and Religion · 1d ago

When You are Called to Her Service by Deanne Quarrie

When I came to Goddess, I was in my mid-forties and I suddenly had this huge fire burning in my soul. I felt like I had missed opportunities to practice my “calling” for forty-five years. I ...
Feminism and Religion · 2d ago

In Honor of Spring: A Novel about our Blue Planet by Marie Cartier

I have written segments of a novel before for the FAR community several times—starting here. What follows are the beginning pages of a new novel (not the one I’ve published segments with FAR...
Feminism and Religion · 3d ago

Radical Grace: Is it Possible? by Karen Leslie Hernandez

Trigger Warning: Domestic violence accounts This Lenten season I am focusing on grace. And gosh, is it difficult. Have you ever tried to practice grace in everything you do? And I mean, ever...
Feminism and Religion · 4d ago

Darkness and Light by Judith Shaw

“Deep in their roots, all flowers keep the light.” – Theodore Roethke “Returning violence for violence multiplies violence, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. Darknes...
Feminism and Religion · 5d ago

Coexist or Contradict? How about Resist Instead by Katey Zeh

While stopped at a red light on my way home one day I noticed that the two cars immediately in front of me had the same “Coexist” bumper sticker. You’ve probably seen one like it. Each of th...
Feminism and Religion · 6d ago

Out of the Darkness by Gina Messina

Today is Spring Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere, a time to celebrate moving into light and abundance after the darker cold winter. While many of us are lucky enough to have shelter and ac...
Feminism and Religion · 1w ago

Renewing Our Spirits in the Wilderness of Our World by Carolyn Lee Boyd

In my garden blooming with native wildflowers, in nearby rivers and woods, across the New England landscape, the Earth is healing Herself.  Two centuries ago, New England’s forests had been ...
Feminism and Religion · 1W ago

Puff the Magic Dragon & the Loss of Magic by Susan Morgaine

Did you believe in magic? Did you once believe in fairies, leprechauns and and flying dragons? Did you believe that if you climbed a tree to the uppermost branches, you could touch the sky? Do we need magic? As the... Read More ›
Feminism and Religion · 1W ago

Join the Rebellion by Jessica Bowman

Like many other thousands of Americans, I watched the newest offering from the Star Wars l...