Sally Quinn


Sally Quinn is the founding editor of OnFaith.

Stories by Sally Quinn
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I’m Giving Up Control for Lent, and You Better Give Up Something, Too

I called the Dean of the National Cathedral for a lesson on Lent and realized I needed to do more than just learn about it.

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“I don’t turn the cheek”: Fox News Host Bill O’Reilly on His Faith Factor

Bill O’Reilly on why he wrote a book on Jesus and why being a loving neighbor can include “taking my neighbor apart.”

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Jesus Back on the Big Screen

Sally Quinn interviews producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett about their film “Son of God.”

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I hated football. Then I got to know its power

Why loving football is like believing in God.

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Why religious beliefs make people happier

The things we tend to believe will make us happy don’t actually heighten our sense of well being. But religion does.

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I was an angry atheist: Why I launched (and relaunched) OnFaith

How religion became the center of my life and work.

Obsessed-with-success Washington could learn a lesson from mystic Sadhguru

“I’m mostly blissed out,” laughed guru, mystic and spiritual master Sadhguru. At a Saturday night lecture and in an interview … Continued

Are atheists taking over? Signs abound, from Francis interview to Virginia’s governor race

Are atheists taking over the debate?   In the past weeks, Pope Francis gave an interview to an atheist journalist in … Continued

Pope Francis and the church’s new attitude

“Five years ago, I would have been afraid of saying anything like what the pope said in his [recent] interview,” says … Continued

The Pope Francis miracle

When Father Jim Martin, editor-at-large of America, the Jesuit magazine, first saw the transcript of the pope’s interview, it was … Continued