A New Interfaith E-Journal is Launched
|As more and more Pagans realize that the only way that any of us will survive is really through working together no matter what religion or spiritual practice we celebrate, we are becoming more and more interested in Interfaith as a means of staying informed about events in the World from a more rounded perspective. Below is one way to do that without even leaving the comfort of your computer screen.The Interfaith Observeris a new e-zine designed to pull the very best from all that is being published in the interfaith venue. Two Wiccan practitioners and a third Pagan are members on the board of this new and unique platform. I would highly recommend that anyone interested in world events subscribe. Of course this has nothing to do with the fact that I happen to be one of those Wiccans on the board. Below follows our announcement.Today, September 15, 2011, a valuable new monthly electronic journal has arrived on the scene. The Interfaith Observer (TIO) is the brain- and heart-child of longtime URI pioneer, Paul Chaffee, former director of the Interfaith Chapel at the Presidio in San Francisco and its associated Cooperation Circle of URI. Since retiring from that position, Paul has assembled a team of sixty-eight seasoned interfaith activists who serve as advisors and contributors to the new journal. Coming months’ issues will address a series of interesting, informative themes:October - Interfaith History & Fouondational DocumentsNovember - Profiling Interfaith OrganizationsDecember - Season of Light/Interfaith Celebration & Interfaith Arts
January 2012 - Meaning Making (Theology, Spirituality and…)
February - The Next Generation of Leaders
March - Women and Interfaith Culture
For those who consider interfaith peacebuilding to be an important if not central part of their lives, TIO will no doubt prove to be an invaluable source of insight, understanding and empowerment. I encourage you to review this inaugural issue and subscribe today so you won’t miss an issue. The price is certainly right – it’s FREE!
R Watcher, Editrix