• “I have never held myself out as a Muslim leader,” says Sadiq Khan, who became mayor of London shortly before Britain voted to leave the European Union. “But it’s a fact I’m a leader of Islamic faith, so that brings with [it] a responsibility, especially in current times.” More

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  • The new president and CEO of Catholic Relief Services represents the spirit of American Catholicism by reaching out to suffering international communities. Even in the face of frightening crises around the world, says Sean Callahan, “the common good outweighs the evil that’s being done.” More

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  • “God gave Shabbat to humanity,” says Rabbi Nissan Antine of Beth Sholom Congregation in Potomac, Maryland. “It’s about those more interior kinds of things, things about working on your soul, working on your friendships, your relationships. Those are really the important things in life. Those are the things we are going to be remembered by.”
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  • Lutheran historian Gerhard Ritter’s 1948 lecture on the origin and nature of human rights was the first history of human rights ever written, according to Harvard University law and history professor Samuel Moyn. More

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  • What will be among the most important religion stories to watch for in the New Year? More

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  • As the New Year begins, three journalists discuss the top religion stories they will be keeping an eye on in 2017 with host Bob Abernethy. He is joined by managing editor Kim Lawton, Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne, and Jerome Socolovsky, editor-in-chief of Religion News Service.
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  • We review the top religion and ethics stories of the past year. More

    December 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

  • In our final show before the New Year, we review the top religion and ethics stories of 2016. Host Bob Abernathy is joined by R&E managing editor Kim Lawton, Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne, and Jerome Socolovsky, editor-in-chief of Religion News Service. More

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  • Ohev Sholom, Washington DC’s oldest Orthodox synagogue, hosted famous Israeli chef Einat Admony for a pre-Hanukkah celebration focused on miracles and what it means to be a balaboosta. More

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  • Volunteer chefs bring their love of food and a good meal to people in need; these singers say they “learn to be present” in a sacred moment with the dying; and menorahs, dreidels, latkes, and boat parades “spread the miracle” … More

    December 16, 2016 | 0 Comments