It’s our duty to turn the tide — from despair to dignity, from fear to hope, from conflict to peace.
A retired US. Army colonel’s daily prayer habit provided stability in the midst of the writhing building.
I played football because I wanted to be tough. But the gridiron gave me more than bruises.
At the funeral ceremony in Oak Creek, I felt the Sikh community’s commitment to remain peaceful in the face of violence.
Washington wanted America to stand for something different: The high hope that people could do remarkable things together.
Some of the world’s most influential religious leaders and thinkers talk about faith in a post-9/11 world.