Sunday, February 6th, 2022 at 12pm Pacific; 1pm Mountain; 2pm Central; 3pm Eastern
Everyone is welcome to attend this online presentation on the JSBTC (Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Temples of Canada) Japan Tour in 2023 hosted by the Calgary Buddhist Temple Sangha Engagement. The tour will
Who’s interested in going to Japan in 2023 to attend two momentous occasions? Join members of the Calgary Buddhist Temple along with our Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Temples of Canada (JSBTC) sangha in attending Shinran Shonin 850th Birth Anniversary and the 17th World Buddhist Women’s Convention
We have recently received the Gomonshu sama’s latest message sent from the Hongwanji International Department. Please follow this link to read his message on “Gratitude for the Jodo Shinshu Teaching” which begins
“This year we will once again have the opportunity to observe the Commemorative Service
Event invitation to share: Hello, We would like to announce an upcoming online event that JSIO will be holding.
Event: Faith and Science: Awakening Compassion for the FutureDate: Saturday, October 30, 2021Time: 11am – 1pm (PST) on ZoomRegistration: free, link in QR code
The 850th Anniversary of Shinran Shonin’s Birth and 800th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Jodo Shinshu Teaching
Early notification of the 2023 joint celebration of the 850th anniversary of Shinran Shonin’s birth and the 800th anniversary of the establishment of the Jodo Shinshu teaching
The “Flower Festival” is commemorated on this day to celebrate the birth of Siddhartha Gautama, who later became enlightened as Shakyamuni Buddha. The “hanamido” a miniature floral altar of bright flowers, provides the scene of the beautiful Lumbini Garden. The statue of the baby Buddha,
The Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Temples of Canada (JSBTC) Women’s Federation or WF is the national women’s organization. The WF Dana Day is the result of a resolution made in 1965 at the second World Buddhist Women’s Convention held in New York City. It was decided
A special Nirvana Day Service will be held on Sunday, February 11 marks our traditional Parinirvana Day Service (Buddha’s passing) and this year we will have guests from many of the other schools of Buddhism participating in our service.
As a founding member of the