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Portrait of Lynn Casteel Harper in Central Park, New York City. Image courtesy of the author.
Memory's Chaplain: A Conversation With Lynn Casteel Harper
September 17, 2020
Rev. Lynn Casteel Harper, a minister of older adults at The Riverside Church in New York City, discusses her book “On Vanishing: Mortality, Dementia and What it Means to Disappear,” a call for communities of faith to rethink the value of people coping with memory loss.
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Mobile version of the 2020 US Census website. Public domain image by US Census Bureau
Count Your Neighbors: Leaders Connect Faith to the Census
September 09, 2020
We look at the U.S. Census Bureau’s attempts to build relationships with faith communities to overcome mistrust and suspicion.
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Damien Echols. Image courtesy Damien Echols
Angels on Death Row: Damien Echols and Practical Magick
September 04, 2020
Damien Echols, one of the West Memphis Three, describes how 17 years on death row for a series of murders he did not commit led him to the practice of “magick.”
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