- Hope in the age of Crack Cocaine
- Youth moving on up at Brooklyn church, Part 1
- Children of “Satan’s crack stuff,” Part 3
- On Sunday everyone “Testifies”
- Mount Sion: gateway to God’s Row Ralph Avenue
- The Music of God's Row Ralph Avenue
Stephen Colbert's Catechism
Tony Carnes--A Journey through NYC religions, David Van Biema--Huffington Post, David Gipson--Religion News Service, Mollie Hemingway--Christianity Today/GetReligion.org February 17, 2012
Joe Sexton on the making of "Snowfall" for the NY Times
Video Feature: Life story takes shape on A Journey
by Bryanna Hampton
New York Times’ next President/CEO talks about how to report on religion
“I am a practicing Catholic…I am…a realist, and I believe, as it were, the truths of the Christian faith are objective truths…”
OpEd: No religion — and not a lot of sense
When a man stops believing in God, he doesn’t then believe in nothing, he believes anything. Washington Post On Faith editor, wife of Watergate-famed editor Ben Bradlee, leading DC socialite Sally Quinn says she augments her self-proclaimed psychic powers by trying a new religion every month, and "I...swim with my evil eye bracelet."
PBS TV goes with A Journey through NYC religions to the Lower East
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
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.
The role of religion reporting in the newsroom Part 1
Report by Ernest Chi Cho