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Religion & Ethics Newsweekly

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Sun., September 25, 2016
10:30 am
(30 minutes)

Religion & Ethics Newsweekly  

How the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture portrays faith and spirituality. Also: retired travel agent Paula Claussen's efforts to help poor families in Tijuana; and Rabbi Shira Stutman on the Amidah, the central prayer in the Jewish tradition.

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Sun., October 2, 2016
10:30 am
(30 minutes)

Religion & Ethics Newsweekly  

A weekly survey that also explores world events and popular culture from a religious perspective.

Full Episodes

Spiritual Healthcare; One Extraordinary Church

Spiritual Healthcare; One Extraordinary Church

Spiritual Healthcare; One Extraordinary Church

9/11 Fifteenth Anniversary; Where Refugees Are Welcome; Hajj

9/11 Fifteenth Anniversary; Where Refugees Are Welcome; Hajj

9/11 Fifteenth Anniversary; Where Refugees Are Welcome; Children's Hajj

The Singing Monks; Digital Addiction; Church Ushers

The Singing Monks; Digital Addiction; Church Ushers

The Singing Monks of Norcia; Digital Addiction; Church Ushers

Countering Anti-Muslim Rhetoric; Affordable Heart Surgery

Countering Anti-Muslim Rhetoric; Affordable Heart Surgery

Christians Countering Anti-Muslim Rhetoric; Affordable Heart Surgery; Laughter Yoga

Clips

Project Mercy

Project Mercy

A nonprofit in San Diego improves the lives of the poor in nearby Tijuana.

New African American Museum

New African American Museum

What role has religion played in the African-American experience?

Spiritual Healthcare

Spiritual Healthcare

Spiritual responses to hospital patients’ needs are gaining greater ground.

One Extraordinary Church

One Extraordinary Church

Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber founded a church for all the sinners and saints seeking God’s mercy.