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Kenny Frost

Spiritual Leader

Ute Nation

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7 News Denver: Native American community welcomes Iroquois Nationals lacrosse team to Colorado

iroquoisnationals.org [cached]

Just prior to the meet and greet, Kenny Frost, spiritual leader of the Ute Nation, welcomed the Iroquois Nationals to Colorado.
"This was Ute country at one time," Frost said. "Our people roamed the mountains." Frost presented the team with two eagle feathers. "This is a gift," he said. "We're making a presentation from the Ute Nation to the Iroquois Nation.


Gathering the Spiritual Voices

www.sufism.org [cached]

The program began with a blessing by Kenny Frost of the Ute Nation.
It took quite a while for him to pass his eagle feather over each of us, removing the negativity of the road so that we could begin together in a clear, refreshed state.


www.faithinpubliclife.org

There was a remarkable level of cohesion among the august cohort of religious leaders assembled in Aspen, that included the Rev. Thomas Keating, a Catholic monk and founder of the Centering Prayer movement; Joan Brown Campbell, former head of the National Council of Churches; Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Salomi, founder of the Jewish Renewal movement; Kenneth Frost, spiritual leader of the Ute Nation; Swami Atmarupananda, the senior monastic at the Ramakrishna Mission; the Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi, chairman of the American Buddhist Association; Lama Surya Das, Sister Joan Chittister, and the president of Naropa University in Boulder (the first Buddhist-based institute of higher education in the nation.)


www.postindependent.com

Two blessings were given, one by longtime local pastor Doug Self and another by Kenny Frost, a Southern Ute Indian spiritual leader.
They may be gone in body, but remain in spirit, Frost assured the family members gathered for the ceremony.


www.postindependent.com

A morning ceremony on the mountain included a Native American prayer and songs by Kenny Frost, Southern Ute spiritual leader, who also gave a blessing at a special commemorative event at Two Rivers Park in Glenwood Springs Sunday evening (see related story).


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