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On November 2, 2017 we had our 43,880,949th viewer! We are #1 on Google search for “NYC religion.” We were founded on July 9, 2010 and continue with your support. Thank-you so very much!
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We are exploring the postsecular city.

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.

We are an incubator and educator for new ways of doing religion reporting and understanding the postsecular city. We are nonsectarian and nonpartisan and open to anyone’s cool and authoritative reporting on NYC religion.

We are a public square for the postsecular city. People of faith, people of no faith, liberals, conservatives–all are welcomed to journey together to make this city better for all people. Our warmest feelings are toward those who help the poor, the needy, and the abused.

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  • Against Princeton November 10, 2017
    The urgent message hit my inbox yesterday. It was from Kim Benston, the president of my alma mater, Haverford College. He wants me to join him in lobbying Congress to block a tax on super-sized college and university endowments. His message was, in effect, “Rise up ye graduates of elite universities and defend the rich!” […]
  • Building Bridges, Not Walls November 1, 2017
    While visiting Mexico last February, Pope Francis intervened in America’s political battles. Although he did not mention Trump’s name, the reference was clear: “A person who thinks only of building walls, wherever it may be, and not of building bridges, is not Christian. This is not in the Gospel.” I sympathize with the Holy Father’s […]
  • A Fanatic of the Center October 24, 2017
    Last week, George W. Bush gave an Obama speech in the key of Reagan. The occasion was a conference in New York, “Spirit of Liberty: At Home, In the World.” Bush’s remarks clarified the deep agreement that unifies our dying political establishment. Continue Reading »

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The Restaurant

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Chef Han Lien prepares sumptuous Sunday meals for his church.

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Preparing for Thanksgiving on God’s Row Eldridge Street, Lower East Side Manhattan

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Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum of Congregation Beit Simchat Torah hopes that the new openness means that the pope will “expand his view” to allow gay Catholics ...

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Q&A with Imam Shamsi Ali on the sons of Abraham in Mosque City NY

Q&A with Imam Shamsi Ali on the sons of Abraham in Mosque City NY

Imam Shamsi Ali is chairman of the Al-Hikmah Mosque in Astoria and the director of Jamaica Muslim Center in Queens. Mosque City NY, Part 9

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