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Common Tables’ Interfaith eLerts: 100 million Japanese celebrating Shinto’s Setsubun-sai

February 2nd · No Comments · Interfaith

Americans in particular are way overdue to upgrade our faith literacy. Common Tables makes it easy. I thank the Rev. Joanna Gabriel for alerting me to the Interfaith eLerts that “arrive just before, and briefly explain the significance of, many of the world’s primary holy days.” It’s how many of us know a bit more today about Japan’s “indigienous, native religion,” Shinto, and its ancient Setsubun-Sai celebration set for Feb. 3. There’s an eLerts archive, and a pretty good blog too. Free, informative. Nicely done, Common Tables.

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