Fatherless Fathers Day Ceremony

By: Katie Vidoloff, Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant

For many of us, the celebration of Father’s Day is difficult: a reminder that we no longer have our dad around, and often we feel a deep absence of his presence. Instead of being alone or avoiding the feelings of loss, come sit in community with others whose fathers have passed.

Fathers play a critical role in our lives: helping us emerge into the world, stepping away from the safety of home and mom, and teaching us responsibility, accountability, and how to be in the world.

At some point in our lives, our fathers will leave the earth. We may be 55, 40, 31, 12 or even 7 when this happens. Regardless of our age, the loss of a father is a significant, perspective shifting event.

The worldview you once possessed will inevitably change.

Through the twists and turns of processing the loss of a father, at some point, we realize that the support we received from our dad is actually still here. As poet David White writes, “the support and the foundation has been beneath our feet all along: a place to step onto, a place on which to stand, and place from which to step.”

Join Katie Vidoloff, certified Life-Cycle celebrant of Oregon based Moon Shadow Rituals, Portland musicians Tracy McFarland and Dan Luce, and others to celebrate your own Dad, in Katie’s first annual Fatherless Father’s Day event.

The free, public online ceremony on June 19 at 10am Pacific is designed to honor those whose fathers have physically left this world. The event will include live music, poetry, prose, and personal sharing’s about fathers who have passed.

Come reclaim your ground and honor your father’s memory:
Fatherless Father’s Day Ceremony, June 19 at 10am Pacific.
Register at Fatherless Father’s Day — Moon Shadow Rituals
To receive your Zoom meeting information.

Questions? Please contact katie@moonshadowrituals.com

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