Archive for the ‘Religions’ Category
Issues 2013: Interfaith marriage among NYC Jews.
Material objects have never been just symbols of the materialism of the secular city. They have always been the vehicles for religious discussion and moral solidarity.
Attempts at rejuvenation in the Lower East Side.
A vibrant hive of young, mostly female missionaries, at St. Michael-St. Edward Church in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Best of the Web feature.
When Dawn Eden was five years old, she was molested by the janitor at the local Jewish temple. The janitor placed his hand on her pre-adolescent thighs in the temple’s library. After Eden complained, her mother’s response was, “How could you let him do that?”
Choreography by Alvin Alley
Mary Lou Williams is one of the few women in the pantheon of great jazz instrumentalists and a great Catholic artist. Duke Ellington once said, “She is like soul on soul.” Best of Web feature.
“Sunshine” by Mastiyahu
A Journey special report from New York City and Chiang Mai, Thailand*
NYC Muslims await guidance from their religious leaders about controversy over NYPD anti-terrorist strategy
After years of building trust with the NYC Muslim community, the NYPD now faces that it is breaking down. Troubled Peace series Part V