When I was a kid, I never doubted. Recently, I have found myself far more comfortable with it.
“I was brought up on a story about my country that wasn’t true.”
"Why not turn everything you can into a sculpture? Go forth and be silly."
Once seen as protectors, Sāmoa’s spirit women, Teine Sā, were considered powerful female deities.
“It’s not about not getting sex. It’s about not wanting sex, like at all right now.”
"We're trying to spark up people's life force to bring them back to fullness."
Cremating one person requires the same energy as the average New Zealand household uses in a month.
"I have called myself a Hindu my entire life without having read any religious scriptures. "
Re: News Editor Mandy Te outlines our coverage and shares what belief means for some people.
Only 29.6 percent of New Zealanders identified with no religion in the 2001 census.
Pā Cruz opens up about the reality of being a modern-day priest.
“Wicca makes women feel safe. It makes the female feminine part in men feel safe, too.”