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Religion in the 5 boroughs of NYC
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Streams of song and shouts of praise baptize the sidewalks on Sunday morning at Ralph Avenue, Crown Heights, Brooklyn
20 churches, 7 blocks, 1 street. 14 churches nearby.
OpeEd: as the expectations rise for the Pope’s arrival into New York City, even teenagers with gang colors are stopping to do cross symbols.
Buddhist abbots believe that clear words can clean hearts. So, being clear about who we are in New York City might have spiritual benefits.
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.
Celebrating the Jewish holidays with three distinct Judaisms
The Muslims, like other religious groups in the city, divide between those who put politics at the center of their social involvement, and others, who put the cultivation of the soul as their first civic duty.
The role of New Life Community Development Corporation in kicking off the gardening idea in Elmhurst illustrates the growing role of religious groups in initiating civic and political action in New York City.
A community garden near New Life Fellowship in Elmhurst, Queens sparked a community renaissance despite being closed by a developer.