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On January 31, 2017 we had our 37,063,596th 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.

Our crack reporter senses the Buddha is close.

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  • ​Getting Augustine Wrong April 7, 2017
    Injustices are done; imprudent, ill-considered policies are pursued. Brutal, cynical men posture as noble leaders. There’s a great deal about public life that arouses our passions. It is easy to become angry, bitter, fearful, and despairing. There’s another side as well. We can harbor great hopes, throwing ourselves into politics with the conviction that we […]
  • While We’re at It April 1, 2017
    ♦ Michael Novak died in February . He was a pillar of First Things for more than two decades. Like our founder, Richard John Neuhaus, Michael had been an ardent proponent of a number of progressive causes. Some of his early books about post–Vatican II Catholicism can make you blush. But in the 1970s, he […]
  • The Party Theorist March 1, 2017
    Russia has annexed part of Crimea, has usurped America’s role as arbiter of winners and losers in the Middle East, and makes trouble in Ukraine. Putin is increasingly popular as the patron of anti-E.U. populism in Europe, and Moscow tried to influence the recent American presidential election. Once again, the Kremlin is in its old […]

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The $124 million dollar faith bonanza in Flushing, Queens

The $124 million dollar faith bonanza in Flushing, Queens

On the average, each religious congregation or ministry contributes $268,202 of money, time, and space to compassionate efforts to help the poor, the needy, and ...

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BILLBOARDS — Your invitation to NY Theological Seminary Gala!

BILLBOARDS — Your invitation to NY Theological Seminary Gala!

March 23 -- Women of Faith meeting at Brooklyn Boro Hall

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Sunday News: Net-centric religion growing rapidly

Sunday News: Net-centric religion growing rapidly

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Williamsburg-Greenpoint SOJOURN — Street Art

Williamsburg-Greenpoint SOJOURN — Street Art

100 foot construction site wall dedicated to Buddha, I Love Jesus baseball caps, and Yiddish Hasidic music promos.

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Flushing is where Pope Francis and Donald Trump meet

Flushing is where Pope Francis and Donald Trump meet

414 religious sites generate spiritual warmth, innovations, and social services in NYC's 3rd largest retail center.

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East Side Manhattan SOJOURN — David Chang: Creative Capitalist

East Side Manhattan SOJOURN — David Chang: Creative Capitalist

“Say, you are my God” -- the culmination of everything. I keep the struggle transparent.”

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From Allah to Broadway. August Wilson’s roots in the Nation of Islam

From Allah to Broadway. August Wilson’s roots in the Nation of Islam

You may be surprised by a twist of the religious path of the playwright for the Academy Award nominee for Best Picture, “Fences.”

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Bushwick, Brooklyn SOJOURN — Botanica Orisha Locumi

Bushwick, Brooklyn SOJOURN — Botanica Orisha Locumi

"This week, we're having a drumming, for the spirits."

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Omar Abdel Rahman, Brooklyn terrorist theologian dies in prison

Omar Abdel Rahman, Brooklyn terrorist theologian dies in prison

The blind Islamic sheikh whose fiery sermons blessed the assassination of Egyptian leader Anwar Sadat and a 1993 plot to bomb & kill in New ...

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Bushwick, Brooklyn SOJOURN — Cemetery of the Evergreens

Bushwick, Brooklyn SOJOURN — Cemetery of the Evergreens

The honking of cars and sirens of street traffic is faintly heard beyond the gates of the Cemetery of the Evergreens

Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn has begun!

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Making "Uncomfortable" -- friends, family, & Andy Mineo's journey

Making the comfortable, uncomfortable, and the comfortable, uncomfortable

Immigrant story: Javi's journey through the mountains

See our exclusive day by day inside look at the flight from violent gangs and poverty in El Salavador to Brooklyn, NY

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The Bible becomes sheet music for lively Mosaic riffs of music and images.

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