A story of finding refuge in Buddhism

 via cnn.com

Buddhist Myokei Caine-Barrett is the first woman of African-Japanese descent, and the only Western woman, to be ordained as a priest in the Nichiren Order. She is the resident priest and guiding teacher for the Myoken-ji Temple, home of the Nichiren Buddhist Sangha of Texas. She talks about her journey to Buddhism in “The Black Pulpit,” a weekly series that explores faith in the black community.



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  1. She’s here in Houston. I havn’t made it out to that group yet but I plan to. Her husband Mike sometimes comments on my blog.

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