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Tapestry with Mary Hynes

CBC Radio's Tapestry is a weekly exploration of spirituality, religion and the search for meaning, hosted by Mary Hynes.

  • 54:43
    A modern take on ancient rites - two witches share why Wicca is rising in popularity, especially amongst young women, with artist Monica Bodirsky and writer John Threlfall.
    Dec 7, 2017
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    Buddhist teacher Joseph Goldstein on how to keep calm in 2017, Briana Whiteside unexpectedly finds God after a drastic haircut, and Martha Troian revisits the residential school that her mother escaped from.
    Dec 1, 2017
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    There is nothing wrong with procrastinators! Empathy isn't just niceness, it's about sensing our needs and those of others. Oh yeah - and meditating is essential!
    Nov 24, 2017
  • 54:43
    Reverend Lawrence Ware left his church when they debated condemning white supremacy - and why the Black Panther comic superhero matters; and Seyran Ateş is under 24 hour police protection for creating a liberal mosque in Berlin.
    Nov 17, 2017
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    Appropriation? Appreciation? How does a well-meaning person tell the difference? How do you engage with a culture that isn’t your own … without getting it wrong?
    Nov 3, 2017
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    One of the world’s great spiritual teachers celebrated a birthday this month: Thich Nhat Hanh turned 91 on Oct. 11. Tapestry marks the occasion with a special episode: Coming Home to the Present: the Life and Work of Thich Nhat Hanh.
    Oct 27, 2017
  • 54:40
    Zoe Dodd and Eddy Robinson: meet two people who have overcome difficult childhoods caused by systemic problems but who have emerged from their personal traumas as dynamic leaders in Toronto.
    Oct 20, 2017
  • 53:16
    Who are your companions on the path? Five pearls of Buddhist wisdom from The Princess Bride by Ethan Nichtern; One pilgrimage, many quests: a group of people spent three days walking from Montreal to Kahnawake.
    Oct 13, 2017
  • 54:46
    In his first ever VR session, Sean Foley meets Jesus. Plus, why we need a code of ethics for this emerging technology.
    Oct 6, 2017
  • 54:37
    Riva Lehrer's large-scale paintings of so-called "disabled bodies" and the queer community violate convention and encourage people to see possibilities instead of limitations in differently-shaped bodies.
    Sep 22, 2017
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