Instructor: Vivianne Crowley
Class meetings: Sundays 4:00 pm ET – every other week
Class description: Pagans have begun to develop rites of passage for older Pagans, particularly croning rituals for woman, but support for older Pagans to enable them to play an active role in the community will become an increasingly important issue. In this Master’s level course, you will become familiar with aging issues for the general population and how these may impact on Pagans and Paganism. The course will assist clergy in helping Pagans and Paganism to meet the challenge of old age and to develop models of spiritual development and maturity that can point the way to how the last third of life can be lived in a fulfilling and constructive way.
Required Readings: Will be provided online
Fulfills the requirement for a class in Diversity in Counseling and Advocacy for MAL students, and the requirement for a class in MAL for PPC majors (Area II). This class is identical to the MAL class with the same name.