NewsArts & Culture / September 11, 2020

Festival Of Faiths To Celebrate Cultures, Traditions, Beliefs Of Many

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Ashley Wagner is a high priestess and on the board of the Pagan Community. - Courtesy Ashley Wagner

Ashley Wagner is a high priestess and on the board of the Pagan Community.

Courtesy Ashley Wagner

The annual Festival of Faiths is one of the largest celebrations of multi faith diversity in Indianapolis. This year the program presented by the Center for Interfaith Cooperation is going virtual to share the cultures, traditions and beliefs of many, including the Indianapolis Pagan Community.

From our Arts and Culture Desk, WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke with Ashley Wagner who is a high priestess and on the board of the Pagan Community, which Wagner says is a collection of many different faith paths.

The Festival of Faiths can be seen on CIC's Facebook page and YouTube channel on Sunday, Sept. 13 from 1 to 2:30 p.m

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