Sophia Kesler

Sophia Kesler is a lifelong intersectional feminist. Though raised Christian, Sophia has been Pagan most of her adult life, and is looking forward to sharing her faith and knowledge about Paganism with the SpokaneFāVS community. She has lived in and traveled to a variety of places, including Washington State, but is now looking to put down roots in New York City. A graduate of EWU, Sophia is an aspiring novelist and copy editor. When she’s not writing, reading, or exploring her faith, Sophia can be found learning to maintain long-distance friendships or exploring her new city.

The Pagan Struggle with Spring

My struggle is with St. Patrick’s Day, which precedes Ostara by a few days. Very few facts are known about St. Patrick, so who he was and what he did are debatable, but he is often celebrated by Christians for ridding Ireland of Paganism and/or Pagans.

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