Cathedral of the Soul Seminary was founded in 2012 in Asheville, North Carolina. COS was born from an initiative of Humanity Healing International, a 501[c](3) Public Charity.
The Cathedral of the Soul intends to address the need of refining the spiritual community to be able to preserve and revere the Sacred Exercise of Leadership Vision and Integrity in troubled times.
In a climate of uncertainty and fear, without strong and visionary leadership, people panic.
Minister and the founder of the Cathedral of the Soul Seminary, Christopher Buck, wrote: "A Mystical educational approach with gradations of Visionary Leadership defines COS curriculums of Religious and Spiritual Studies not be only as a school, but as a rEvolutionary movement in the spirit that goes beyond the constraints of a contemplative Seminary. It is a vision that nurtures the roots of life with balanced rations of Mindset Vision, Ethics, and Responsibility.
Only this trinity is able to sustain the reality of faith.
Cathedral of the Soul Seminary provides the opportunity for acceptance and perfection of One’s Soul Call, and for those so-called, educates Independent Mystical clergy to perform sacramental public ministry. COS also enriches the spiritual life of its students, enhances their appreciation of the great religious and spiritual traditions of the world, and promotes global awareness of our human family as a Multi/ interspiritual fellowship.
The primary purpose of Cathedral of the Soul Seminary is to provide academic and spiritual resources for a spiritual and Independent clergy movement, at the same time to prepare candidates for Holy Orders, attending the needs of his community and performing a sacramental and public ministry.
Cos guiding values recognize the interdependency and interconnectedness of all species that call us to wholeness and toward justice for all beings-Humans and Non-Humans.
When the world is in the midst of change when adversity and opportunity are almost indistinguishable, this is the time for visionary leadership and when leaders need to look beyond the survival needs of those they're serving.