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The City Q/A. Journey Retrospectives II

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Journey Retrospectives show how the great questions of life have always been central to New York City.

Journey Retrospectives/Retros I

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You may have wondered about a new entry in our table of contents.

A Believer’s journey at The New York Times

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Deputy Metro Editor Mike Luo talks to The King’s College & the Christian fellowship of journalists Gegrapha

PBS releases updated feature on A Journey through NYC religions!

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“A Journey’s” firsthand reporting often turns conventional wisdom on its head.

Friday Photo: Where is the Buddha?

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New York Times photographer Neal Boenzi’s eye on religion

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As a staff photographer for the Times from 1955 to 1991, Boenzi photographed religious moments to show the enduring & entertaining humanity of New Yorkers.

Faith-based mass media innovation

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Journey redesigns its mobile and Ipad app to be quicker, cooler and with more doorways into our treasure rooms.

Journey Workshop on postsecular New York City

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The group from University of Groningen in the Netherlands joined up with A Journey at The Bowery Mission last Wednesday morning.

PBS TV goes with A Journey through NYC religions to the Lower East Side

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New York has been called the most secular city in America. But don’t tell that to A Journey through NYC religions. Since they began in July of 2010, A Journey has visited nearly 6,500 houses of worship and other religious sites.

The role of religion reporting in the newsroom Part 2

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Laurie Goodstein is a national religion correspondent for The New York Times. She joined The Times in 1997, after working at The Washington Post for eight years, where she started as a news assistant, and then became a metro reporter and a national reporter. Born on June 25, 1960, Laurie grew up in Los Angeles, California.

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