Tag Archives: Judaism

Women’s voices – bringing practicality out in spirituality and religion…

I recently read a book which impressed upon me the healing dimension that can be brought out in familiar spiritual life practices by having a woman’s voice speak from the pulpit.  (Or via a book!)  In this case it is the Judaism of my youth which seems to exhibit a more healing heart as this […]

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A Modern Rabbi’s view of the Day of Atonement – putting the past behind us.

This weekend, Jewish people around the world have been observing Yom Kippur their holiest of days.  R’ Marcia Kovner, who is a Modern Rabbi, and who has a love for the ideas in Mary Baker Eddy’s Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, has written the following thought-provoking observation. Yom Kippur begins at sundown […]

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Impressive stats, grateful nuns and “tikkun olam” – an update on The Christian Science Monitor

Following it’s pioneering 100th year transition to a primarily web-based format – a change which was covered by press and broadcast media worldwide – The Christian Science Monitor has announced some impressive statistics.  The global weekly paper magazine that evolved phoenix-like out of the ashes of the (US) daily newsprint edition began with around 40,000 subscribers in […]

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