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Posted to Religious Diversity News on August 1, 2019
Official website of the 7WZYC: All Congress Sessions on Video: All Congress Photographs: 400 Zarathushti youth from all over the world gathered in sunny Southern California to participate in the 7t…
Source: 7th World Zoroastrian Youth Congress: A Report | Parsi Khabar
Posted to Religious Diversity News on May 10, 2019
On a typical-looking stretch of southwest Houston — down the street from Kwik Kar Lube and Storage Choice, across from a privacy fence hiding cookie-cutter McMansions — a Zoroastrian fire temple opened last week: a brand-new, sparkling-white place where priests from one of the world’s oldest religions tend a holy flame.
Source: Zoroastrian ‘fire temple’ opens in Houston – HoustonChronicle.com
Posted to Religious Diversity News on July 20, 2018
Singer-Songwriter Was More religious Than You Think Unless you have been living in a cave, you know the rock band, Queen. For the last forty years, their music has been played at sports stadiums, movies, radio stations, and personal music players. The new film Bohemian Rhapdosy will explore the creation of the band and the […]
Source: How Queen Front Man Freddie Mercury’s Zoroastrian Faith Shaped His Music – World Religion News
Posted to Religious Diversity News on April 20, 2016
A feast celebrating Nowruz, the Persian New Year, is a lens onto a fascinating food culture.
Source: Persian Cuisine, Fragrant and Rich With Symbolism – The New York Times
Posted to Religious Diversity News on April 7, 2016
Followers of a faith that pre-dates the Abrahamic religions now have a place, named for a gateway to peace and justice, for prayer and thanksgiving.
Source: Ancient Zoroastrian faith gets new temple in New York region – Religion News Service
Posted to Religious Diversity News on June 18, 2014
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