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Join us as we travel down all 6,374.9 miles of our city's streets, every alleyway and quite a few hallways to map and photograph every religious site and to interview clergy and lay leaders at the sites.

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RSS David Brooks, NY Times

  • The Lord of Misrule January 17, 2017
    We’re living with exactly the kinds of injustices that lead to carnival culture, and we’ve crowned a fool king.
  • Do Markets Work in Health Care? January 13, 2017
    There’s psychology as well as economics in a consumer-based system.
  • Bannon Versus Trump January 10, 2017
    The larger battle is over whether the Republican Party as a whole will become an ethno-populist party.

RSS Nicholas D. Kristof’s “On the Ground” blog, NY Times

RSS Rusty Reno’s “While we’re at it,” First Things

  • A Note of Thanks January 9, 2017
    Dear Readers, Continue Reading »
  • While We’re at It January 1, 2017
    ♦ Sometimes reality outdoes the imagination. Some theologians at Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University recently got together to issue a statement . Its authors “invite others into a larger conversation about life in a deeply divided country.” A fine sentiment—immediately followed by an expression of “grave concern” that Trump represents “homophobia, xenophobia, […]
  • ​The Loss of Peace January 1, 2017
    The title of New York Times columnist Charles Blow’s post-election column was an anguished cry: “ America Elects a Bigot .” David Leonhart, another New York Times regular, expressed horror : “We’ve just finished an election that included unprecedented violations of America’s long-held democratic values.” The apocalyptic sentiment was not limited to the American commentariat. […]

First Things Podcast Post-election roundtable

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God bless the child that got his own. In memory of the child Martin Luther King, Jr.

God bless the child that got his own. In memory of the child Martin Luther King, Jr.

Billie Holiday wrote her song "God bless the child" with Arthur Herzog, Jr. in the same year that Helen Levitt took this Harlem photo.

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The Power of Dreams

The Power of Dreams

"I have a dream that one day every valley shall be exalted, and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed." Rev Martin Luther King, ...

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Martin Luther King, Jr. & Billy Graham. The Road to NYC, 1957

Martin Luther King, Jr. & Billy Graham. The Road to NYC, 1957

Martin Luther King, Jr.'s appearance at Billy Graham's 1957 evangelistic crusade in NYC infuriated segregationists.

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Martin Luther King Day events and Historic photographs

Martin Luther King Day events and Historic photographs

Free events, big events, interesting events and photos about Reverend King and New York City

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When prophecy fails. The apocalypses that did not happen on November 8, 2016

When prophecy fails. The apocalypses that did not happen on November 8, 2016

The conservative predictions of their own destruction didn’t come true. The liberal anticipation of the utter destruction of their enemies failed to be consummated.

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Harlem Faith after the American Revolution

Harlem Faith after the American Revolution

After the War of Revolution in 1776, a battle-tested cohort of African American and White faith-based leaders developed an ardor for extending freedom.

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New Harlem Village & Church

New Harlem Village & Church

The beginnings of church life in Harlem

Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn has begun!

  • The Latest: Trump to take oath with his Bible and Lincoln's

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on President-elect Donald Trump (all times EST): […]

  • Vatican orders Knights of Malta to cooperate with papal inquiry

    By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The Vatican demanded on Tuesday that the leaders of the Knights of Malta, a worldwide Catholic chivalric and charity group, cooperate with an inquiry into alleged irregularities ordered by Pope Francis. In the latest salvo of a battle of wills between the heads of two of the world's oldest institutions, a Vatican statement also rejected what it said was an attempt by the Rome-based Knights to discredit members of a papal commission of inquiry. Both sides have been locked in a bitter dispute since one of the order's top knights, Grand Chancellor Albrecht Freiherr von Boeselager, was sacked on Dec. 6 in the chivalric equivalent of a boardroom showdown - ostensibly because he allowed the use of condoms in a medical project for the poor. […]

  • Vatican rejects Knights of Malta attempt to discredit probe

    VATICAN CITY (AP) — The Vatican struck back Tuesday at the Knights of Malta, rejecting its attempt to discredit a Vatican-appointed commission investigating the ouster of a top official over a condom scandal. […]

  • Knights of Malta seek to discredit pope's probe of ouster

    VATICAN CITY (AP) — The head of the embattled Knights of Malta is seeking to discredit a Vatican investigation into the removal of a top official over a condom scandal, insisting that he followed the rules in the dismissal. […]

  • Britain's minister for Northern Ireland says the Catholic-Protestant government must be dissolved for March 2 elections

    DUBLIN (AP) — Britain's minister for Northern Ireland says the Catholic-Protestant government must be dissolved for March 2 elections. […]

  • After Vatican controversy, McDonald's helps feed homeless in Rome

    By Isla Binnie ROME (Reuters) - McDonald's received a lukewarm reception when it opened a new branch just steps from St. Peter's Square last month, but on Monday the fast food giant accepted a challenge to adopt one of Pope Francis's cherished principles - feeding the hungry. The new restaurant, whose opening in a Vatican-owned building on Dec. 30 upset some purists, donated dozens of meals on Monday to a charity which distributed them at a walk-in clinic in Rome. Pope Francis has made defense of the poor and needy a cornerstone of his papacy, setting up shower stalls for the homeless near the Vatican, offering meals and even a VIP-style visit to the Sistine Chapel. […]

  • Pope admits to 'darkness' in own faith

    Pope Francis admitted on Sunday to sometimes having "darkness" cloud his own faith, while warning against "Christian parrots" who pay lip service to the church without acting on its values. "At certain times, I have also encountered moments of darkness in my faith and that faith decreased a lot, but with a little bit of time we rediscover it," the Pointiff told parishioners after saying mass in a village near Rome. Francis also urged believers to spend more time talking to their family. […]

  • Boston's archbishop joins Vatican office on clergy sex abuse

    BOSTON (AP) — Boston's archbishop has been appointed to a top Vatican office that handles cases of clergy sex abuse. […]

  • Egypt drops case against mob that attacked Christian woman

    CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian prosecutors have thrown out a case brought by an elderly Christian woman against several members of a Muslim mob who stripped off her clothes and paraded her naked through the streets, her lawyer said Sunday. […]

  • Pope demands protection for migrants as sea search continues

    VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis demanded Sunday that "every possible measure" be taken to protect young refugees, as search and rescue efforts continued off Libya's coast following the latest deadly Mediterranean migrant shipwreck. […]

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