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Sunrise of the center of Newtown Connecticut. The Congregational and Episcipal churches and a large flagpole are shown aganist a backdrop of morning fog. Photo credti Micheal J. McCarthy
Transcending the World: Now and Then
September 29, 2022
 We learn how creating space for people to sing outdoors is his spiritual calling. Then we explore the beliefs of the 19th-century Transcendentalists.
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A still from the film
From Fear and Hate to Redemption: "Stranger at the Gate"
September 22, 2022
We talk to filmmaker Joshua Seftel to learn about his film "Stranger at the Gate" and the backstory that lead him to make it.
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The Archbishop of Canterbury and The Supreme Governor of the Church of England (Queen Elizabeth Ii)
Power and Pain: The Legacy of the British Empire
September 15, 2022
As the United Kingdom mourns the death of Queen Elizabeth II, around the globe a new generation is calling for a reckoning.
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Maureen Fiedler, S. L. Photo courtesy of WAMU, via National Carholic Reporter
Looking back: 9/11 and "Interfaith Voices" (encore)
September 08, 2022
This week we are reflecting on the anniversary of 9/11 and the origins of Interfaith Voices. Dalia Mogahed and Dr. Sylvia Chan-Malik share their insights.
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Dorothy Day,1934, New York World-Telegram & Sun Collection. This image is in the public domain.
The Evolution of Dorothy Day (encore)
September 01, 2022
Filmmaker Martin Doblmeier talks about his 2021 Gabriel Award-winning film "Revolution of the Heart: The Dorothy Day Story" and the life of this powerful social activist.
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