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10 picks from A Journey

I am often asked for suggestions about what articles to read from A Journey. Here are ten picks I recently sent someone who is most concerned about getting people to care for the poor in New York City. So, these picks are not necessarily the best or most representative of A Journey.  These features just […]

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I am often asked for suggestions about what articles to read from A Journey. Here are ten picks I recently sent someone who is most concerned about getting people to care for the poor in New York City. So, these picks are not necessarily the best or most representative of A Journey.  These features just give a taste of the wonderful assets that the poor bring to our city, their faiths, and some people that are making a compassionate impact. If you would suggest other picks, let me know. We will include them too.

9. Here’s Life Inner City, a religious movement

3 Responses to “10 picks from A Journey” Leave a reply ›

  • I think it is a good idea to feature the articles and videos according to audience interests. I am interested in helping others to see the poor as vital creative contributors to our city and this list fits that purpose well. I would be interested in lists of your features about Muslims in NYC, faith-based businesses, Catholics and immigrants.

  • Thanks John. And thanks to all of the people who help us on our Journey and reporting. We wouldn't be doing anything if the people of faith weren't doing anything!

    New York City is religiously vibrant. The urban hum is often a hymn or chant or a praise or a moan.

    Of course, the city is always changing and one generation rises in faith while the next one may fall. We will examine the spiritual life of Frederick Law Olmsted, the designer of Central Park (and of Chicago parks too). His generation struggled to maintain their faith in the face of unsettled childhoods and rapid socio-economic change. Out their spiritual reflections and struggles came such monumental pieces of spiritual art like Central Park.

  • As always Tony, you and your crew are doing an amazing job !! Who would have known, without the work you are doing, how vibrant and alive with activity, and still more rich possibilities, is the religious, yea the Christian life and culture of New York City ???

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