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Pauline Dolle

Pauline Dolle is a reporter at A Journey through NYC religions.

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For the raving mad only! A response to the Hinge podcast

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Slaying the illusions around you. OpEd

The Welcome Wagon feels its pain

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Vito Aiuto is hitting his late 40s, and it’s making him think.

Today! Redeemer pastor & atheist launch podcast: Hinge

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Can two people be friends while talking about issues that deeply divide them? OpEd

Heaven is in Bushwick, Brooklyn

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Worship so buoyant that every hip and knee in the sanctuary is swaying as though floating on a cloud

Recalling Gay rabbi’s appeal to Pope Francis

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Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum of Congregation Beit Simchat Torah hopes that the new openness means that the pope will “expand his view” to allow gay Catholics to have more space in their church.

Barbershop as God’s counseling center in BedStuy, Brooklyn

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The electric hair clippers extend like they are a scepter. Here, the customer can relax and be taken care of like a prince.

Improv with God. Part 6 of series

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Andrew Nemr says that the great Choreographer teaches, those who dance together, stay together.

Reading the Bible after 911. Part 5 of series

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The dancer had never owned or read a Bible until after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

Andrew Nemr meets Gregory Hines & Savion Glover. Part 4 of series

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Improvisation contains a series of guesses and surprises. The result is living your dreams as they emerge. Be surprised!

Andrew Nemr’s improvisational living in the United States. Part 3

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The beginnings of Nemr’s tap dancing.

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