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On June 3o, 2017 we had our 40,836,097th 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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RSS David Brooks, NY Times

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

  • For Women in Prison, Tampons Should Be Free July 13, 2017
    The availability of sanitary products isn’t simply a matter of budget lines and purchasing orders. It has to do with power.
  • Liu Xiaobo, We Miss You July 13, 2017
    Liu Xiaobo died with dignity and honor, his principles intact. Everybody else, not so much.
  • The Trumps Embraced a Russian Plot July 11, 2017
    The email exchange with Donald Trump Jr. should have led him to call the F.B.I. and report a foreign effort to interfere in the U.S. election. Instead, he embraced the plot.

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

  • Love Alone August 1, 2017
    We’ve started a reading group here in the office, and in early June we sat down to discuss Hans Urs von Balthasar’s Love Alone Is Credible . Published during the Second Vatican Council, this little book serves as a précis for Balthasar’s multi-volume project, The Glory of the Lord , a remarkable combination of systematic […]
  • Beyond Velvet Nihilism July 13, 2017
    The post-war era is ending. I’ve said that before (“ Return of the Strong Gods ”). Donald Trump’s  address to the Polish people in Warsaw on July 6 provided yet more evidence. The tone of the speech strongly suggests that the sun is setting on the powerful cultural-political consensus that has dominated the West since […]
  • Je suis Charlie, Once More July 11, 2017
    Less than one year old and stricken with a rare degenerative disease, Charlie Gard is on life support. He requires artificial ventilation, nutrition, and hydration. His story became international news two weeks ago, when the European Court of Human Rights upheld the decision of a British court to allow doctors to terminate Charlie’s life-sustaining treatment, […]

First Things Podcast Post-election roundtable

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Prayer on the night shift in Bushwick, Brooklyn, Part 1

Whatever else will happen religiously in the city, prayer will part of it. How much social harmony and development will we owe to prayers?

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Sunday News from around the world for New Yorkers

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500th Anniversary of Reformation — Documentary on Martin Luther

500th Anniversary of Reformation — Documentary on Martin Luther

An outsider to the center of power saw more clearly how the powerful were corrupted and used theology to serve their own ends.

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Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn SOJOURN — Our team

Every street, alley way, & shopping mall to cover the religious sites of 133,000 people. Our final count is...see inside!

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Good-bye, Peter Berger! Humorist, sociologist, explorer, occasional theologian

Good-bye, Peter Berger! Humorist, sociologist, explorer, occasional theologian

Late Tuesday evening, June 27, 2017, famed interpreter of modern religion Peter L. Berger passed away at his home in Brookline.

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Bushwick, Brooklyn SOJOURN — At the time, I didn’t like whites.

Bushwick, Brooklyn SOJOURN — At the time, I didn’t like whites.

HINGE: Confronting racism & one's own unhingement by the anger at racism are both issues that are embodied in the ministry of Bishop Lonnie Stocks ...

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The minutemen of “Famous Friendly’s,” a Brooklyn soup kitchen

The minutemen of “Famous Friendly’s,” a Brooklyn soup kitchen

For the foreseeable future, the feeding the hungry will be one of the most common activities of local religious groups.

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July 4th in Bushwick, Brooklyn!

July 4th in Bushwick, Brooklyn!

Honoring America is a bedrock value among working class faithful in New York City.

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Making the comfortable, uncomfortable, and the comfortable, uncomfortable

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