We are thrilled to announce Religica’s new gift to you! The Religica Round Table. Expect each Round Table discussion to be rich with blogs, podcasts, discussion questions and activities, and other forms of relevant content as we honor our commitment to bringing you free and accessible resources for a better world.
Religica resources reside in the public domain and are built for use in classrooms, local communities, and society at large. We invite you to take a look at our new monthly forum resources below and engagement with others in discussion in our forum topics.
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In communities across the world, the Winter holidays mark for us a moment of transition or transformation. As the year comes to an end, many of us use this time as an opportunity to remember, reflect, celebrate, and look ahead to the new year. For many people, this year’s celebrations will look and feel different in this pandemic age.
This Round Table asks what new forms of wisdom 2020 has provided while considering what we hold sacred and what we may have previously taken for granted.
The activist leader Malala Yousafzai noted that “when the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful.” We often believe leaders require large audiences. But, whether intentionally or unintentionally, each of us leads every day — in our lives, alongside others, and in the world. The world and its people yearn for leadership that is reflective of our needs, embraces empathy, and values each of our lives.
Our September 2020 Round Table encourages us to question our leaders and asks us to step up and embraces our own leadership qualities.
Music helps us heal, empowers us to reflect, and pushes us to connect and collaborate with one another. Perhaps, music’s most powerful characteristic is its ability to transform.
Our August 2020 Round Table tunes into music and asks us to consider the larger role music serves in our lives, in our communities, and in our world.
Our July 2020 Round Table looks at values and wonders how they hold up in an age of pandemics.
Take a moment to reflect on your core values. To what extent do you find your values shaping your behaviors? Your feelings toward others? Your feelings toward other living things?
How have acts of injustice appealed to your values and prompted you to act?
We invite you to take a look at “Are Values Sacred in a Pandemic Age?” now!