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3 hrs ago | BellaOnline
The Wiccan sabbat of Lammas, which occurs on August 1, is the First Harvest that heralds the reaping of the cereal crops of wheat, barley, and maize.
7 hrs ago | Daily Kos
I love well written mysteries set in the past. I also love it when the detective is based on a historical figure as long as the books are well written.
10 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
Here's the day's open line, plus our video headlines. Otherwise: * CITY FILING BEGINS : Former state Rep. Kathy Webb filed petitions today for Little Rock City Board from Ward 3. The seat is being vacated by Stacy Hurst, who's running for state House.
15 hrs ago | National Public Radio
She died Monday following a battle with cancer. Margot Adler, one of the signature voices on NPR's airwaves for more three decades, died Monday at her home in New York City.
21 hrs ago | Catholic World News
On July 26, Pope Francis made an apostolic journey to the southern Italian region of Campania and arrived by helicopter in Caserta, a city of 80,000.
In The Pagan Stone , the third book in Nora Roberts ' Sign of Seven paranormal romance series, the best selling author revisits the town of Hawkins Hollow in the third portion of the seventh year.
The Roman emperor Constantine the Great was baptized on his deathbed. But his influence on the doctrines, art, architecture, spread and practice of Christianity has been incalculable.
Vardavar is not only a favorite festival, but also a national and patriotic holiday, Vardan Devrikyan, Deputy Director of Literature Institute, said on Saturday.
Working to reduce global warming is critical. But I feel that as well as working for change, I must commit to bear witness -- to the Earth and to climate change -- as a sacred act.
Having a job that feeds your soul and pays your bills is what we look forward to when we begin our careers.
Lammas falls on August 1st. This Pagan Sabbat is sometimes called Lughnasaad. Lammas is known as the first harvest festival.
Vardavar is one of the Armenian national-religious holidays, reborn with Christian faith, which has its deep roots in pagan era.
The Eddas and sagas were written by people who lived in a harsh environment and had many enemies.
Paganism has already broken open the unsavory system of institutionalized religion.
We must confess to our crimes and misdeeds against the gods of our people. Let us stop, reconsider, and change direction.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 10:27 pm
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