Every Dec. 12, Mexicans celebrate the Virgin Mary because they believe she appeared to a peasant at the hill of Tepeyac, near Mexico City, in the 1500s. This tradition continues with Mexican immigrants in the South Bronx, as they gather with the congregation of St. Augustine’s Catholic Church.
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Art & faith
- Memorial Day 2010
- Photo Series: Compassion for the Immigrants in the Bronx
- Photo Series: Compassion for the Immigrants in Manhattan
- Stopping by the roadside one Bronx afternoon
- God Created the Immigrants HD Video
- Christmas Time is here!
- NYC pastor & his family turn vacation into comforting and mourning with the victims in Paris
- Columbus Day: the fire that burns in the heart
- Why we JOURNEY. No. 5
- Old St. Patrick's Church: A Chicago Renaissance Story
- Why Tolerate Religion? November 26, 2015Why Tolerate Religion? by Brian Leiter princeton university press, 216 pages, $45.00Brian Leiter’s Why Tolerate Religion? is a crucial book in the area of law and religionpublished in 2013, it defends the view that there is no compelling moral or legal reason to provide special protection to religion as such. Professor Leiter’s main conclusions are: One, […]
- We Are In This Together November 26, 2015Neither political party is speaking to the collective interests of America’s wage-earners. Each party, in its own way, is playing wage-earners off against one another. America’s wage-earners deserve a party which recognizes that the working-class (and Americans generally) share common interests and a common fate.The Democratic Party’s elites have thoroughly abandoned their mid-1990s skepticism about […]
9/11 and faith in NYC
- 9/11 traced new spiritual lines by Cathy Lynn Gossman, USA Today
- Religion reporting on September 11, 2001
- Dreams and divine connections at the hair salon
- 9/11 Mourning & Hope by Alan Kleinberg
- NYC religious leaders will meet Pope Francis at the 9/11 Memorial
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