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AP Filipinos release into the air paper lanterns to mark World AIDS Day on Dec. 1, 2012 at the Heroes … Continued

Desmond Tutu: ‘We need to be able to listen’

Archbishop Desmond Tutu is scheduled to receive an honorary degree and give Gonzaga University’s commencement speech on May 13, despite … Continued

Has religion made the world less safe?

The Bible depicts a world that, seen through modern eyes, is staggering in its savagery. People enslave, rape, and murder … Continued

Remaking the world after 9/11

It makes no difference who you are or what your job was, we all recall what we were doing when … Continued

Joel Osteen on 9/11: ‘Faith is about trusting God when you have unanswered questions’

A Q and A between On Faith’s Sally Quinn and Joel Osteen, the bestelling Christian author and pastor of Lakewood … Continued

What is the 9/11 Unity Walk?

As a lifelong interfaith junkie, I remember attending an interesting annual event a few years ago called the 9/11 Unity … Continued

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What have we learned about religion post-9/11?

As the tenth anniversary of the Sept. 11th attacks approached, On Faith reached out to some of the world’s most influential religious leaders and thinkers to ask about faith in a post-attack world.

9/11 destruction allowed us to spiritually rebuild

Ira Block Badge from fire helmet discovered in the debris post 9/11/01. The calamity of September 11th, 2001 has cast … Continued

Build a living memorial to 9/11

Ira Block A fire helmet that was broken into pieces from Fire Department Squad 18 was discovered in the debris … Continued

What Americans still don’t know about Islam

Ira Block Name plate from the desk of Jeffrey Golove discovered in the debris post 9/11/01. This weekend will mark … Continued