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February 2018

Temple of the Morrígan – PantheaCon 2018

February 16, 2018 - February 19, 2018
Pantheacon, 2050 Gateway Place
San Jose, CA 95110 United States
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Please visit us in the Coru hospitality suite & Temple at PantheaCon 2018. Come and honor the Great Queen and related Celtic Gods, and get to know us better! Hospitality Room: Looking to meet and talk with others who are drawn to the Morrígan? Interested in Celtic heroic spirituality? Want to know more about the Coru priesthood? Join us in our hospitality room for conversation and fellowship with our community. Temple Room: A dedicated sanctum for reverence of the Morrígan…

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July 2018

A Hosting at the Morrígan’s Hearth

July 19, 2018 - July 22, 2018
Earth Matters Sanctuary Ben Lomond, CA United States

A Hosting at the Morrígan's Hearth  Cuire ar Fulacht na Morrígna Celtic Polytheist Devotional Gathering in the Redwood Forest Community workshops and rituals Devotional shrines Camping and cabin accommodations All Celtic polytheist worship, traditions and practices welcome July 19-22 2018 | Lughnasadh July 19 arrival for Coru members only. Gathering opens for the public July 20-22. Earth Matters Sanctuary, Ben Lomond, CA For Registration details, FAQ, Presenter info, and Ticket link, visit our main page for the gathering: https://www.corupriesthood.com/morrigans-hearth/ This event…

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April 2019

Wolves, Witches, and Warbands- Ireland Pilgrimage

April 29, 2019 - May 7, 2019

Wolves, Witches, and Warbands: An Otherworldy Bealtaine Pilgrimage Through Western Ireland Hosted by Coru Cathubodua Priesthood and Land, Sea, Sky Travel Ireland was once called “Wolf Land”, for the wildness of its landscapes, its woods, caves, and glens teeming with packs of wolves called mac tíre, “son of the land”. The Fianna warrior bands prowled these landscapes too, between settled lands and wild, living on the land by hunting, raiding, and fighting. Warriors in Ireland have long been called wolves,…

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