Serving the Grandmothers and the Sacred Feminine with Rev. Janet Kroboth-Weber

Thursday, December 12, 2013 1:16 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
Serving the Grandmothers and the Sacred Feminine
 with Rev. Janet Kroboth-Weber

Rev. Janet Kroboth-Weber

Susun Weed interviews Rev. Janet Kroboth-weber

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Rev. Janet Kroboth-Weber has over 25 years experience in design, photography & teaching. As an apprentice to indigenous elders since mid 1990s, she assists with ceremonies & cultural presentations.

Serving as personal assistant to International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers since their founding in 2004, Rev. Janet Kroboth-Weber presented their documentary "For the Next 7 Generations" at numerous screenings and is endorsed by Council to speak to public about their mission. She received a ministry ordination from The Center for Sacred Studies in 2009, a program centered in earth-based ways of prayer (13 Grandmothers part of curriculum).

Engaged as a 'bridge-builder', Rev. Janet Kroboth-Weber focuses on cross-cultural global traditions, human rights, the environment, sacred activism and has participated in memorial walks: Wounded Knee Massacre (South Dakota) & "March of the Living" pilgrimage (Poland-Israel) with WW II Holocaust survivors/descendants; fracking, nuclear power & disarmament (NY). She continues to support indigenous elders in efforts towards 'Mending the Sacred Hoop.' and is presently working with local/regional spiritual & environmental groups.

Films by Janet Weber:
"RUN OFF"--the journey of water; a film about water

Great American Cleanup

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