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China Environmental Ethics; Saint Kateri and Native American Catholics
November 13, 2015
China Environmental Ethics; Saint Kateri and Native American Catholics
Activists in China are successfully fighting industrial pollution in China and holding factories and their customers in the West accountable; and the first Native American Catholic saint has come to symbolize the Catholic Church's complicated historical relationship with indigenous people.
November 13, 2015
25:45
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China Environmental Ethics
November 13, 2015
China Environmental Ethics
Climate change activist Ma Jun is successfully fighting factory pollution in China, but should the US pay for the cleanup?
November 13, 2015
08:59
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Saint Kateri and Native American Catholics
November 13, 2015
Saint Kateri and Native American Catholics
"Native spirituality is taking deeper roots within the hearts of Christian people,” says Sister Kateri Mitchell, a member of Mohawk Nation and the Sisters of St. Anne who directs the annual National Tekakwitha Conference for Native American Catholics.
November 13, 2015
08:41
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Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice
November 13, 2015
Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice
“We know that faith-rooted justice is what builds bridges. Faith-rooted justice takes care of all of our earth, takes care of our people, takes care of our politics," says Sister Simone Campbell, director of a national Catholic social justice lobby.
November 13, 2015
02:09
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Criminal Justice Reform and the Faith Community; Religious Freedom Ambassador; A Year with the Quran
November 6, 2015
Criminal Justice Reform and the Faith Community; Religious Freedom Ambassador; A Year with the Quran
A growing coalition says reforming America’s criminal justice system is a matter of faith; Rabbi David Saperstein says religious freedom is central to the American identity; and writer Carla Power and Sheikh Mohammad Akram Nadwi debated Islam’s holy book in search of interfaith understanding.
November 6, 2015
25:46
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Criminal Justice Reform and the Faith Community
November 6, 2015
Criminal Justice Reform and the Faith Community
"We have to make sure that our men and women who are coming out of prison have welcoming and affirming communities to come to, where they can be judged by the content of their character and not one mistake that they made in their past," says Bishop Darren Ferguson, a former inmate and now pastor of ...
November 6, 2015
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Bishop Darren Ferguson Extended Conversation
November 6, 2015
Bishop Darren Ferguson Extended Conversation
"I'm living on the fact that somebody cared for me when I got out. The guys who got out before me helped me when I got out. People who are doing this work helped me, so I'm bound to reciprocate."
November 6, 2015
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Religious Freedom Ambassador David Saperstein
November 6, 2015
Religious Freedom Ambassador David Saperstein
"Freedom of conscience underlies all other rights. It’s why our Bill of Rights begins with the free exercise of religion, and without the freedom of conscience to live in accordance with your core values, all other rights are in peril," says Rabbi David Saperstein.
November 6, 2015
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A Year with the Quran
November 3, 2015
A Year with the Quran
“People are going back to the basic texts, and they’re stripping away centuries of culture and tradition and looking for what they see at the heart of the religion,” says American journalist Carla Power, author of If the Oceans Were Ink: An Unlikely Friendship and a Journey to the Heart of ...
November 3, 2015
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Carla Power Extended Interview
November 3, 2015
Carla Power Extended Interview
“We are event-driven in this ghastly tango with the jihadis, and what we don’t hear from are the peaceful, everyday Muslims who are going to work and bringing over kabobs for their neighbors and helping out in doing charity.”
November 3, 2015
08:32
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New Episcopal Presiding Bishop; Death Penalty and All-White Juries; All Saints Day Prayer Flags
October 30, 2015
New Episcopal Presiding Bishop; Death Penalty and All-White Juries; All Saints Day Prayer Flags
The Episcopal Church elects its first African-American presiding bishop; the Supreme Court hears arguments about race and juror selection in a death penalty case; and prayer flags made at the National Cathedral recall friends, saints, and loved ones.
October 30, 2015
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Death Penalty and All-White Juries
October 30, 2015
Death Penalty and All-White Juries
"What the court says about jury selection, and what it says about the reasons that prosecutors have to give for striking people of color from juries, that’s going to affect every case from now on," says Stephen Bright, president of the Southern Center for Human Rights.
October 30, 2015
07:34
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