Archive for the ‘Religions’ Category
At Assafa Islamic Center kids memorize 80,000 Arabic words from the Qur’an. On God’s Row Eldridge Street
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen was, arguably, the most quotable Catholic of the twentieth century.
Born into a large Catholic family in NYC on November 24, 1925, Buckley became one of the seminal figures in American conservatism.
On the corner of Ralph Avenue & Pacific Street, in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, sits a wide brick building. A sign above it reads “Mount Sion Baptist Church” in bold black lettering. To the left of the door is a humbler paper sign, written in marker: “Looking for few good MEN, inquire within.”
On the afternoon of November 17, 1976, jazz artist Mary Lou Williams opened a slot in her schedule so that she could put on an impromptu concert for the children. at Our Lady of Victory Catholic School in the Bronx.
112 parishes are merged by the strategic plan “Making all things new,” more changes expected. Complete list.
Since at least the 19th Century, golems have lived in the streets and minds of New York City.
A global evangelical gathering wants churches to shift the focus from power politics to community organizing.
At the corner of Nostrand Ave & Park Pl, a transcendent smell of burning incense & the soft murmur of prayers takes you away from the world of bustle.
Who knows, maybe we can inspire a journey through religions in outer space?