We are awakening to the remarkable and magnificent creativity of our planet as a living system.
I was reminded of the Festival’s symbolic importance yesterday when Shaykh Hamsa Yusuf entered into a dialogue with Rabbi Joseph Rapport of The Temple in Louisville.
As the River City Drum Corps led the way, hundreds of people gathered Tuesday afternoon, May 13, at the Cathedral of the Assumption for an Interfaith Service: A Call to Prayer.
A question is arising in the heart of humanity: what is the relationship, the connection, between the human self and this earth that is our home.
Two workshops will be held during the Festival of Faiths Sacred Earth Sacred Self programming, May 13th-18th. Both will take place from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. and will be free, but require reservation.
Owsley Brown III sits down with Bill Goodman on Kentucky Educational Television's program One to One, to discuss how the 2014 Festival of Faiths.
On Wednesday, May 7, Louisville Public Media's Jonathan Bastian interviewed [...]
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What does Catholicism believe about the relationship between the body and spirit?