Celebrating St. Valentine's Day
Faith Without Borders
Driven by the firm conviction that every person deserves recognition of their inherent worth and dignity, Unitarian Universalists are called to reach out, affirm and embrace the Other in radical compassion, while simultaneously working to ameliorate situations where people are being denied their humanity.
Sixth Principle Resources for St. Valentine's Day includes a few suggestions for honoring our Sixth Principle: We covenant to affirm and promote the goal of world community with peace, liberty and justice for all.
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by: Lyn Cox
Creating a Valentine of Caring
by: Peter Friedrichs
by: Gary Kowalski
Hymn to Love: An All-Inclusive Valentine
by: Maureen Killoran
Love can transform the world
by: Erika A. Hewitt
We Speak the Language of Love
Love is Like a Box of Chocolates
by: Israel Buffardi