Posts Tagged ‘Catholics’
Reset for Catholic church, women preachers from the Caribbean, A Journey through Rio de Janeiro religions, God’s Row Ralph Avenue, & The Bowery MIssion
36% of adults in the NYC metro area in 2014 identified themselves as Catholic. Updated for NYC, September 22, 2015
Every Dec. 12, Mexicans celebrate the Virgin Mary because they believe she appeared to a peasant at the hill of Tepeyac, near Mexico City, in the 1500s. This tradition continues with Mexican immigrants in the South Bronx, as they gather with the congregation of St. Augustine’s Catholic Church.
The inside story of how a church revitalized a declining neighborhood. A Journey Everywhere Feature
On this “Twelfth Day of Christmas” the traditional celebration of the Epiphany, I have received a gift from Pope Benedict XVI, to become a cardinal on February 18th. It’s as if Pope Benedict is putting the red hat on top of the Empire State Building.
Looking good! — the flowers and sprouts at the new community garden promoted by New Life Fellowship in Elmhurst, Queens. Good time for an encore of “God in NYC gardens.”
The King James Bible is like the Mount Rushmore of American culture.
There a no certain statistics about the faiths of Haitians in New York City. We have sorted through various scholarly, religious organization and community estimates to arrive at our figures. We are also continuing to interview Haitian religious leaders about the attendance at their religious sites. We welcome any additional information. A majority of NYC […]
In 1978 the number of evangelical church plants jumped to three times greater than the average number planted per year for the previous decades. Since then, the number of successful evangelical church plants has averaged 1.7% per year. By 2000 the church planting ratio translated into 80-100 evangelical churches and ministries planted per year. 50% […]
Part 4: The Making of the Postsecular City. The Manhattan Evangelicals and the religious context of 1975
There was not much happiness among the major religions of the city either. In City Center Manhattan the evangelical and liberal Protestants, Catholics and Jews were all in a depleted state. If Tammy had read The New York Times in August before she moved to the city, she would have discovered the dismal news from […]