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Let my people know

Courtesy: National Conference on Soviet Jewry Thousands gather on the Mall in 1987 to rally for Soviet Jewry. “We are … Continued

Longing for an Arab-Israeli Spring

EPA A Palestinian child stands on a destroyed house after an Israeli air strike in Khan Younis in the southern … Continued

It’s time for baby boomers to cede control

As baby boomers start clicking the senior citizen box on travel fares, I want to say a word to my … Continued

Pluralism and prejudice: How conflicts over religious pluralism reveal America’s new ‘Sacred Ground’

The only Protestant running for president in 2012 is President Obama, an American of both a racially and a religiously … Continued

The new Anglicanism

“What do think will happen” a longtime Episcopalian asked me in Charlotte, N.C., “now that Archbishop … er … “ … Continued

Going public with faith

When the suicide bomb exploded as worshippers left New Year’s mass at a Coptic church in Alexandria, 21 people died … Continued

Having faith in Haiti

By Uma Viswanathan Today, on the first anniversary of Haiti’s devastating earthquake, I am reminded of a popular Haitian spiritual: … Continued

Mainline Protestant churches: a confusing but hopeful future

By Peter WallaceHost and Producer,, and Contributor to The more I ponder the future of the mainline Protestant … Continued

Religion’s Invisible Women

FAITH IN ACTION By Katherine Marshall Dekha Ibrahim Abdi, a courageous woman from the arid north of Kenya, devotes her … Continued

Disappointment and hope after Cairo

By Sheikh Ali Gomaa Last month marked the first anniversary of President Barack Obama’s speech to the Muslim world in … Continued

Many Muslims, many Islams in America

The season of Muslim conferences is in full swing. May saw the 37th Annual Convention of the Islamic Circle of … Continued

One year after Cairo: Young Muslim Americans the new beginning

On June 4, 2009, President Obama gave a speech at Cairo University. The President said he had come to Cairo … Continued

The end of malaria

Sunday was World Malaria Day, which commemorates the global effort to provide effective control of malaria around the world. Folks … Continued

A glimpse of our interfaith future

Today’s guest blogger is Dan Pawlus, Vice President of Communications for Interfaith Youth Core and co-host of “30 Good Minutes” … Continued

The ‘social justice Christian’ exchange

Today’s guest blogger is Dan Pawlus, Vice President of Communications for Interfaith Youth Core and co-host of “30 Good Minutes” … Continued

Interfaith down under

Today’s guest blogger is Cassie Meyer, Content Director at the Interfaith Youth Core. She has a Master’s Degree from the … Continued

Many Faiths, One Night in Bethesda

By Eboo Patel and Becca Hartman Do you know how your religious tradition speaks to serving others? To diversity? I … Continued

Religion is Risky Business

Some New York-area rabbis are planning to bring weapons to High Holy Day services this month to guard against terrorist … Continued

Obama Speaking to the Whole World

President Obama is making his long-awaited speech to the Muslim world tomorrow morning in Cairo. Everyone is talking about what … Continued

We All Prayed

I had the honor of speaking at the Saint Paul Area Council of Churches (SPACC) annual meeting last night. And … Continued