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I haven’t been following all the Pope coverage, but there were a few things from today’s Pope news that I thought I’d comment on. Note that I’m mostly watching this on Twitter. Interfaith Blessings I was delighted that Wednesday’s speech … Continue reading
One week ago last night, I watched as one of my best friends died. Longtime readers of this blog knew him as commenter Mark S. Mark was diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer in early 2013. But our conversation had begun … Continue reading
(*and three Catholic women) Given my interest in dialogue with atheists, I was excited to find out about a new blog, Strange Notions, via a story in Vox Nova today. Discussion that engages the theist-atheist boundary is all too often … Continue reading
The Pluralism Project is sponsoring its annual Photo Contest: We are looking for high-resolution digital images that convey the vibrancy of religious diversity in the USA. We are particularly interested in images in the following categories: – Religious practices and … Continue reading
Dear Cardinal Dolan, I understand that you recently shared some overflowing good will with the fellow citizens of your adopted home in the pages of the New York Daily News. And I like to brag about the beauty and the … Continue reading
As a scientist by training and theologian in training, I thought I’d give a shout-out to Religion Dispatches’ list of the Top Ten Peacemakers in the Science-Religion Wars.