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As a staff photographer for the Times from 1955 to 1991, Boenzi photographed religious moments to show the enduring & entertaining humanity of New Yorkers.
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New York has been called the most secular city in America. But don’t tell that to A Journey through NYC religions. Since they began in July of 2010, A Journey has visited nearly 6,500 houses of worship and other religious sites.
Laurie Goodstein is a national religion correspondent for The New York Times. She joined The Times in 1997, after working at The Washington Post for eight years, where she started as a news assistant, and then became a metro reporter and a national reporter. Born on June 25, 1960, Laurie grew up in Los Angeles, California.
From the Diary of our first foreign correspondent: How sympathetic objectivity helped me in Indonesia
This kind of trust in my sources gave me the courage to leap into uncharted territories.
Updated. Legendary New York Times writer left to become an evangelist and mentor to several generations of journalists. Born December 4, 1927 in Glen Cove, New York.
I was weighed down with the same wordless oppression that had distracted me in the first days of my faith renewal. At times, the simmering anxiety from the oppression felt like spiritual napalm—a burning that adhered to all of my life. I had no idea what was happening to me.