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On May 21, 2017 we had our 40,160,466th 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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  • Twenty-First-Century Conservatism June 1, 2017
    There are times when one reads something that provides a moment of sudden illumination. I had that experience with Russell Hittinger’s contribution to this issue. In recent years, I have been struggling with the intuition that the political and social assumptions I’ve held for many years aren’t so much wrong as inadequate. As I wrote […]
  • Goodbye, Left and Right May 8, 2017
    Flagged down on his way to the polls in a ritzy part of Paris, a French voter in the presidential showdown had this to say about his support of Emmanuel Macron: “He’s for globalization, for the EU. I’m a citizen of the world, so he gets my vote.” Continue Reading »
  • ​Benedict Option May 1, 2017
    There’s something very right about Rod Dreher’s call to action in The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation . He urges us to ask if we have “compromised too much with the world” and suggests ways to renew the integrity of our religious communities. Yet there’s also something wrong. A rhetoric […]

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Sunday News — The origins of Memorial Day

Sunday News — The origins of Memorial Day

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Trump’s dictionary effect. He sent 1000s to the dictionary to look up ‘Witch Hunt’

Trump’s dictionary effect. He sent 1000s to the dictionary to look up ‘Witch Hunt’

Lookups for witch hunt increased 2453% after the president called the congressional investigation into his campaign’s ties to Russia "a witch hunt."

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Pray for Manchester Updated!

Pray for Manchester Updated!

Journey worked with some scholars to re-envision city planning in Manchester as "postsecular." Needed more than ever!

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HINGE — Interactive Wall of Features on the future of religion as seen in Flushing, NYC

HINGE — Interactive Wall of Features on the future of religion as seen in Flushing, NYC

Our city is changing. It is in a hinge period that may last five years or over several decades. Which way will religion swing, low ...

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The Souls of China. The return of religion after Mao

The Souls of China. The return of religion after Mao

The story of one of the world's great spiritual revivals. A Journey Everywhere feature.

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BILLBOARDS — Today! Bowne House Conversation on the future role of religion in NYC

BILLBOARDS — Today! Bowne House Conversation on the future role of religion in NYC

Sacred Sites Photo Contest -cash prizes!, Mako Fujimura exhibit, Journey discount for CS Lewis last weeks in Times Square theater!

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Bowne House Museum Conversation on NYC religion

Bowne House Museum Conversation on NYC religion

The religious contributions to community welfare in Flushing & NYC

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The Korean American Christians of Flushing, Queens

The Korean American Christians of Flushing, Queens

The evangelical revival in Flushing was started by the Korean Americans. It started early in the morning.

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The revival of the Evangelical Christians in Flushing

The revival of the Evangelical Christians in Flushing

Today, evangelical Protestants have two hundred and ten religious sites (185 churches and 25 schools, bookstores and other enterprises), making up 51% of the religious ...

The future of NYC religions

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All-time record number of mosques in NYC. Finalist for the 2016 Gerald A. Renner Award for Enterprise Reporting given by the Religion Newswriters Association.

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  • Bible NYC Exhibit

    Updated weekly with new videos, photos and articles on the use of the Bible in NYC.

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

A Stiff Necked People by Nina Paley

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

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