Taoism is a Chinese-based religion that has more than two dozen holy days. At least one holy day occurs per lunar month, and most lunar months have two or three holy days. The first new moon of the first full lunar month... More »

The primary scripture of Taoism is the "Tao Te Ching," which is also sometimes called the "Laozi" after its purported author, Lao Tzu. However, Taoists also venerate many other works, including the "Zhuangzi" and the "Li... More »

The spiritual leaders of Taoism are typically priests that are in charge of rituals in a particular community or monastery. Priests in the Taoist religion can be either male or female, and some may also be unaffiliated w... More »

The primary scripture of Taoism is the "Tao Te Ching," which is also sometimes called the "Laozi" after its purported author, Lao Tzu. However, Taoists also venerate many other works, including the "Zhuangzi" and the "Li... More »

The spiritual leaders of Taoism are typically priests that are in charge of rituals in a particular community or monastery. Priests in the Taoist religion can be either male or female, and some may also be unaffiliated w... More »

China's three most ancient religions - Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism- all share an emphasis on ethical codes of conduct as a means of harmonizing their followers with the universe. Confucianism and Taoism are more cl... More »

The Taoism place of worship is a temple and these temples can be located in many different places. Taoism followers will come to the temple to perform rituals for their deities and to meditate as well as chant ancient pr... More »