Archive for the ‘Retro’ Category
Historical retrospectives of NYC religions
Retro sub categories : A Journey Retro — Intro, Abraham Lincoln & NYC faiths, Bowery, Columbus Day, Evangelicals in Williamsburg & Greenpoint, Golem, Harlem Retrospectives, Jackie Robinson, Mosque City NY, Sunday Schools, World War II and World's Fair 1964
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s appearance at Billy Graham’s 1957 evangelistic crusade in NYC infuriated segregationists.
New York City has more mosques than any U.S. city by far, and more than any other state.
The deepest life comes when your arms are around the poor at a moment of need. That is why organizations like The Bowery Mission is the address for the true meaning of New York City: a city of the deeper life; the more compassionate life; a city in which the least of us counts even […]
Now, not far from Mr. Trump’s childhood street, a dozen mosques are spread out along Hillside Avenue — there are 93 in Queens, one third of the city’s total, according to “A Journey Through N.Y.C. Religions.”
They knew that they were on a journey in this world towards Heaven. PBS’ The Pilgrims, WNET-13 Nov 24 8pm, Nov 26 9:30pm
Remember to pray for our veterans like the day that the whole city stopped to pray for its military men & women. June 6, 1944.
Since at least the 19th Century, golems have lived in the streets and minds of New York City.
NYC holiday parade celebrates a spiritual explorer.
20 churches, 7 blocks, 1 street. 14 churches nearby.
Retrospective on Mosque City NY, Part 7