Explore, Honor, Rejoice!
— our motto

CPH has a broad view of paganism. We write about a number of paths and you are free to mix and match what works for you. Our goal is to provide you with information, activities, and community.

Our mission is threefold.

  1. We want to introduce and share information about pagan holidays and rituals - their histories and what they mean to us today.

  2. We want to provide fun, easy ways your family/friends/self can celebrate these holidays to cultivate memories and spiritual connections.

  3. We hope to build a community where we learn from each other and grow spiritually. We are inclusive for all pagans and welcome persons from different ethnic, cultural, and racial backgrounds, and embrace persons of all genders.

Our Writers

Katherine Fox, BA World Literature

Katherine Fox is our editor and one of our writers. She is currently raising a pagan husband and three children. They love getting outside and exploring the natural world. Katherine’s heritage is Native American (Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho) and Irish and she writes about family fun pagan activities, Native American and Celtic traditions.

Erik Olsen, BA Anthropology

Erik recently graduated college with a degree in Anthropology. While in school he completed an internship with the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History which led him to his current museum position.

Erik desires to be a Viking when he grows up and has worked in Outdoor Adventure leading hikes and rafting trips. A solitary Wiccan, Erik writes about Wicca, Norse religion, and making altars.

Marko Rajkovic

Marko, is from Serbia, Europe, specializing his pagan path in his Native Slavic Faith called Rodnovery and dwelling into Wiccan solitary practices. He loves outdoor adventures, hiking and has lots of animal friends. He is one of the administrators of Pagan Chat Marko writes about Rodnovery and Wicca.

Ame Vanorio, MA in Education, MS Environmental Science

Our Founder, Ame likes to joke that she is 1/2 pagan and 1/2 Recovering Catholic due to her Native (Cree) and Italian heritage. She is a lifelong pagan, an environmental educator, and a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. Ame writes about honoring nature, animal spirit guides, crystals, and holidays. She also does our social media pages. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter.