When the Source Ran Free: A story for the present time

This song comes from a place where the angels are present, where light is born, where the future is written.

Our April Gift to You: A Free PDF of “The Search for Meaning”

These are challenging times for all of us. We at Parabola are offering a free PDF of our “The Search for Meaning” issue from Spring 2017 to anyone who would like one, and we hope you will find comfort in its pages. Click here to access your free PDF. You can also purchase a print…

Coronavirus: A New Responsibility

Institutions can give the money, but they don’t dispense the compassion. That’s up to us. We need, as individuals and as a society, to take a long hard look this question. We should begin now, because the question is being forced upon us with an urgency that will only become apparent later, after the excitement of disease is over.

A Free Gift for You in These Challenging Times

A free PDF of our ALONE & TOGETHER issue from summer 2012 to read in these challenging times.

Whence Cometh Our Help: An Exploration with Roger Lipsey (Video)

Are we the generation that will lose the Earth?

Sheela Na Gig

Fertility, birth and death, ferocity, protection, sexuality: all of these are surely aspects of the goddess, and not mutually exclusive of each other.

The Very Rev. James Parks Morton (1930-2020)

Parabola┬áregrets the passing of James Parks Morton. He served for many years on the Board of the Society for the Study of Myth and Tradition, which publishes the magazine, and so was a great friend to us as well as to the many who knew him through his inspiring work as Dean of the Cathedral…

Parabola Podcast Episode 42: Goddess

The Descent offers a chance to look clearly at tired habits of thought and action. A woman may finally admit to an addiction or see how some long-denied pattern of action has failed her time and again. The Return offers a chance for something to be born or recovered. A woman may reclaim a talent…

Icon and Mirror, a Photo Project by Pola Rader

The photo project “Icon and Mirror” by Pola Rader analyzes the Orthodox woman and her social role in feminist context.

An Amazing Childhood Experience, by James Opie

A childhood memory leads to forgiveness and love