- Mexican immigrants in the Bronx celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe
- Catholics curb their enthusiasm
- 9/11 affected the city’s religious life in unnoticed ways
- Faint Sounds of Jazz in the Catholic church
- So you think you can dance the Giglio in Williamsburg? Watch!
- The Little Piano Girl of East Liberty
- Lessons From Dietrich von Hildebrand November 26, 2014Dietrich von Hildebrand (18891977) was a German Catholic philosopher, part of a circle of thinkers that first formed around Edmund Husserl, founder of the philosophical method known as “phenomenology.” Others in that circle included Max Scheler, on whom Karol Wojtyla (St. John Paul II) wrote his second doctoral thesis, and Edith Stein, now St. Teresa […]
- Not Yet November 25, 2014As a response to the recent Marriage Pledge, we are republishing Russell D. Moore’s contribution to the symposium The Church and Civil Marriage. Ed. With the legal affirmation of same-sex marriage in some states, should churches, synagogues, and mosques stop performing civil marriages? No, not yet. Marriage is, of course, more than a matter of statecraft. […]
- Leaders of Glad Tidings Tabernacle confess judgment before NY Attorney General
- Handel’s Messiah Part 3, 53. Worthy is the Lamb by The Abyssinian Baptist Church Choir & Chamber Orchestra
- HARLEM. Give a shout out for Mano! Exclusive for A Journey through NYC religions
- Martin Luther King, Jr. & Billy Graham. The Road to NYC, 1957
- Harlem 1948 Episode 1
Jews of NYC
- The Rabbi's Girls present "Songs of Religion & Rebellion" & "Shira's Belated 1970s Bat Mitzvah Dance Party!"
- We pray that the sunshine quickly returns to Jerusalem.
- OpEd: Koshering Jesus a bit too much. By Howard Teich, attorney and Jewish community leader
- Searching for the Messiah in New York City
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