Can Jewish and Muslim interfaith workers move beyond panel discussions and polite dinners?
I learned three lessons while fasting and praying for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: lament, repent, and reorient.
Despite continuing violence in Israel and Gaza, Muslims and Jews are coming together this Ramadan to promote interfaith community.
An atheist considers what it means to be a part of a conversation on faith.
Religious diversity shows that we are in truth complementary, not competitive.
Why are we stuck in the past, fighting against novel religious expressions as if their presence on our shores cheapens this grand experiment that is America?
Leaders from humanist and “spiritual but not religious” communities discuss what they see in Pope Francis.
Immigration reform receives bipartisan and cross-religious support, remaining one issue that largely transcends divisions.
Why both incarnation and interfaith have a place in Catholic schools.
I took a long sigh when the five-hour service at my local Jewish synagogue was over, but I learned a lot from it.