Interfaith is not a religion. It does not have specific scripture or a prophet to follow. It doesn’t have congregations that gather every week in a temple of sorts. There is no baptism or ‘conversion’ to Interfaith. In fact, most ministers find being an Interfaith minister a very individual journey.
So how does one become ‘Interfaith’?
Cogito Ergo Sum, Descartes said it, I can only be sure that I exists within my own thinking reality. There … More
Yesterday Donald Trump announced that the USA is retrieving from the Paris climate change agreement. Needless to say, social media … More
Since I started training as an Interfaith minister I have had a lot more conversations about God than ever before … More
I found this poem by Max Ehrmann on the wall of a church outside of Conna (co. Cork) last weekend. … More
A couple of weeks ago I was at a meeting and something really ticked me off. I was trying to … More
This month has led me on the path of the Abrahamic traditions. Abrahamic traditions are those religions that trace their … More
I, the fiery light of Wisdom, I ignite the beauty of the plains, I sparkle waters, I burn in the … More
Two weeks ago I was reading the book ‘Conversations with God’ by Naele Donald Walsh. If you like books that … More
‘Happiness is not a destination, it is a way of life.’ This blog is not about happiness. This blog is … More