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“Uncle Sam’s Thanksgiving” by NYC cartoonist Thomas Nast

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After the Civil War, Nast foresaw America in his “Uncle Sam’s Thanksgiving” (1869) as the place where everybody had a place at the table.

Evidence of New Yorkers’ heart at The Bowery Mission

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“Everybody can be great,” said Martin Luther King, Jr., “because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.”

Kitchens of Faith: Try a Vietnamese pho soup for Thanksgiving!

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Chef Han Lien prepares sumptuous Sunday meals for his church.

William F. Buckley, Jr. The Catholic Standard-Bearer of Conservatism

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Born into a large Catholic family in NYC on No­vember 24, 1925, Buckley became one of the seminal figures in American conservatism.

Jerusalem—Rio de Janeiro connections

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On a Journey through Rio de Janeiro and the Minnesota State Fair, our foreign correspondent learns about The Gospel of Luke.

Mount Sion: gateway to God’s Row Ralph Avenue

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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.”

The Restaurant

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The biggest Thanksgiving meal in NYC is at The Bowery Mission.

The Little Piano Girl of East Liberty

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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.

Fellow Journeyer Rikki Tahta’s search for “God in New York”

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With Journey Everywhere we support friends who are doing their own journeys.

Quilight – the rest after slumber

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When I closed with “The Steadfast Love of the Lord Never Ceases,” I felt that its sentiment of “new every morning” had it right.

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