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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

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    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

    December 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

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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

    December 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

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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

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    “Hurting people don’t need to hear the gospel,” says Chef Gary LeBlanc. “They need to see the gospel.” More

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    “When we sing to a patient, we are sending them love, we are wishing them well on their journey, we are saying we’re all in this together…We are learning from them how to do this thing called dying,” says Sarah Stott, a member of the Threshold Choir in Washington, DC. 
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    December 16, 2016 | 0 Comments

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    “When people stand together and see the menorah being lit, we’re hoping to inspire them to a greater level of commitment and dedication to their own faith and tradition,” says Rabbi Chaim Block, executive director of San Antonio’s Chabad Center for Jewish Life & Learning.
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    Members of the Blackfeet Nation restore their special relationship with the bison to fill their spiritual and material needs; a former hippie, doctor, and disease fighter chronicles his life rooted in the spirituality and social justice of the 1960s; and … More

    December 9, 2016 | 0 Comments

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    “The buffalo was always part of our daily life,” says Harry Barnes, chairman of the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council. “It was in front of us, it was behind us, it was around us. It created our shelter, our clothing, and that was an integral part of us. And then after we lost it, it was a major shift in our spirituality.” More

    December 9, 2016 | 0 Comments