Priestess of Ordinary Things
A Blog about Bodies, Earth, Ritual and Resilience for Changing Times
Today is a special day in my tradition of origin: Holy Saturday.
It has taken me years to unpack and then rediscover these days in a way that makes sense to me.
I've had really good teachers and mentors in this area.
They helped me see that the cross of this season doesn't have...
Were you a Catholic school kid?
It’s only been more recently that I’ve reflected back on my childhood spent in Catholic school and am marveling at the thinly veiled Goddess worship hiding in plain site.
May Day is a perfect example, maybe the most obvious.
Remember this? The long...
This past month, there was a beautiful convergence of holy days: religious, secular, earthen. April’s Full Moon in fell on Good Friday, day of remembrance of the tension between all creation’s polarities represented in the cross. Then Easter, the celebration of the Cosmic Christ...
“Doubt is not the opposite of faith; it is an element of faith.” Paul Tillich (1)
I have entered a season of doubt. It happens sometimes. To me, doubt feels like a nagging rasp in my throat, or like wearing a windbreaker that’s a little damp and not quite...
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