Archive for the ‘9/11’ Category
Buddhist abbot believes 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.
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.
Evangelical Protestant leader calls Pope Francis’ gathering at the 911 Memorial a pivotal event for NYC
Brooklyn pastor A. R. Bernard will be one of the ten religious leaders to stand this coming Friday alongside Pope Francis at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum in downtown Manhattan.
In a gesture of religious solidarity for peace, the pontiff has asked 700 clergy and other leaders to assemble at the September 11 Memorial and Museum.
Victim 0001 was the Franciscan priest Mychal Judge, FDNY chaplain.
1776 feet into glory! 1 World Trade Center mobile photo from Kosciuszko Bridge.
As a leading figure among NYC Muslims, Daisy Khan quickly made public her opposition to the NYPD strategy of covert surveillance of city Muslims. Trouble peace series Part 4.
Our NYC Dream mini-series starts today. Coming up: Dreams in an African American church; and The Power of Dreams in the Bible!