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Spiritual Search
Spiritual Search

Grail members are connected by their spirituality. An ecumenical community of women, the Grail supports and celebrates each other’s spiritual paths. The Grail is committed to a shared vision of peace in a global community.

Ecological Sustainability
Ecological Sustainability

Care of the earth is vital to the Grail. We recognize the earth as a sacred living organism and use education, activism, and land use to encourage environmental sustainability.

Social Transformation
Social Transformation

The Grail values justice and works to transform the world by networking, education and action. Grail members work to promote peace and justice locally and nationally by being involved in International Grail networks and through our NGO status with the United Nations

Women and the Arts
Women and the Arts

The Grail recognizes how important the role of the arts plays in transforming the world! We feel that the creativity of women is empowering, enlightening, and can be seized in a way that promotes leadership and strong futures for women around the world.

The Grail is an international women’s movement.

We are committed to spiritual search, social transformation, global solidarity, ecological sustainability, and the release of women’s creative energy throughout the world. We are bonded in action, solidarity, and faith, working in 17 countries, as individuals and Grail groups, interconnecting regionally, nationally and internationally.

Featured Story

In celebration of The Grail in the U.S.’s 80th anniversary and the upcoming centennial of The Grail worldwide, The Grail has issued a Call for Artists to interpret The Parable of the Old Woman written by Ruth Gallant.

There is no age limit or restriction, or entry fee, as this Call is open to anyone that aligns themselves with The Grail’s goals and vision statement. Submissions must be wholly created by the artist and specific to this Call. No professional background required. Call for Artists can be found here.

Selected pieces will be displayed at The Grail’s Oratory in Loveland from November 28, 2019 through the New Year. Category winners (8 in all) will receive a $50 award and their winning art will go on limited tour to Grail communities in across the US in 2020. For more information, please contact the Grail at art@grail-us.org or call 513-683-2340 extension 1.

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