Month: May 2021
Examining Sacral Architecture Passed Through Different Faiths
As different faiths came into power in regions across the globe, they often adopted existing religious sacral spaces influencing their architecture. What can we learn from The Hagia Sophia and The Cathedral in Córdoba about the shared histories of these sacral spaces?
How to be a Successful College Chaplain: A Spiritual Caretaker
To be a successful college or university chaplain one must genuinely enjoy being in the company of young people and providing spiritual care, attending to students’ mental, physical, and spiritual needs, especially during challenging points in their lives.
Walking the World’s Chosen Paths: A Spiritual, Even Secular, Appreciation of Ancient Pilgrimages
With the increase in interfaith pilgrimage, where pilgrims may not be affiliated with the faith of the religious site, the concept of a pilgrimage seems to take on a broader, yet equally spiritual and meaningful significance.
TikTok: Connecting and Bridging Gaps Between Religious Youth of All Faiths
The numbers of religious and spiritual youths are increasing and many are connecting on the popular app, TikTok, defying stereotypes while building understanding about their faith.