Religion & Spirituality
Houses of worship across the world are adapting to the challenges of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Keeping congregants feeling tied to their faith, themselves, and one another has been a challenge felt by all. But what if faith isn't at the center of the congregation? How are humanist, atheist and agnostic spiritual communities handling the isolation caused by the pandemic?
James Croft, a clergyman at the Ethical Society of St. Louis, spoke with Beliefs producer Jay Woodward this week to share insight on how his congregation has handled the past several weeks.
Beliefs Archives: Celebrant of Atheism & Humanism Susan Jacoby
Beliefs Archives: Protest and arrest - Rabbi Rachel Timoner on faith, reparations, protest, and justice
Quitting Liberty: Dr. Christopher A. House
Black Voices Matter: with Jemar Tisby, Pastor Tyler Burns, and guest host national reporter Adelle Banks
The call for congregation
Al & Andi Tauber: Street ministry into song
The ritual of remains.
America leans in to faith
Progressive faith and politics
The case for Interfaith America with Eboo Patel
God in the time of coronavirus, part II- with Sister Norma Pimintel
God in the time of coronavirus - with Father James Martin, S.J.
Ethics for humans: Professor Christine Firer Hinze
The Dorothy Day Story: A conversation with documentary filmmaker Martin Doblmeier
Bishop John Michael Botean and the Romanian Catholic Church
How to be uncomfortable: faith and toxic perfectionism
Satanic pregnancies and other misconceptions
The Voice Of The Bible - with Narrator Stephen Johnston
Into The Dark - A Conversation With Thanatologist Rev. Mary Bredlau
Full Circle - Back to Oneness
I give life ( 1liv.nu )
The Bible Recap
The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz)
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