Speaker: Calogero Cumbo

Lest we forget: remembering the Spanish Flu

The 1918 “Spanish” Flu killed more people than died in WW1: for every soldier killed in combat, three died of that flu. Calogero Cumbo explores why, in the middle of our current pandemic, we have forgotten that previous one.

Many Notions of God

Most religions claim an insight into ultimate reality, which they call God, but we Unitarian Universalists, being creedless, make no such claim. Or do we? 

In our seventh principle, we affirm the existence of the interdependent web of all existence, of which we are a part. 

It is wonderful to welcome Calogero, … read more.

Confessions of a Church-goer

Do you need to go to church to be religious? Why go at all?   Calogero Cumbo considers the possible range of motives for church attendance and shares his reasons for going, first when he was a Roman Catholic, and then after his faith journey … read more.