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Interfaith Voices provides engaging and informative discussion on the key public issues of our day through the lenses of many different faith perspectives. We foster religious tolerance and educate our listeners on the broad diversity of religious traditions and viewpoints in the United States. This podcast feed is for the hour-long version of the program.
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Religion reporters like to say “religion is always in the room,” meaning there is a religion, faith, or spirituality angle to all of the big news stories of the day.โดย Interfaith Voices
Religion journalists across the country picked the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol as the top religion story of the year.โดย Interfaith Voices
If you have ever wondered about the backstory of holiday carols and Christmas hymns - you are not alone. We talk with Maggie Van Dorn about what she learned hosting the podcast Hark!โดย Interfaith Voices
On December 11th, 2021, best-selling vampire novelist Anne Rice passed away. We listen back to interviews Rice gave to with Mark Oppenheimer and our founder Sr. Maureen Fiedler, SL.โดย Interfaith Voices
From a graduate degree program in a maximum-security prison in Illinois to humanizing incarcerated people on death row - people of faith are advocating for those behind bars.โดย Interfaith Voices
Historian David Garrow and Liz Cavell, an attorney for the Freedom From Religion Foundation, parse the possible outcomes of the recent arguments abortion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organizations.โดย Interfaith Voices
We stand on the steps of the Supreme Court as Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health is heard - a major challenge to Roe v. Wade - and ask, “How did we get here?”โดย Interfaith Voices
As people seek ways to do good, researcher and food security advocate Kate Martin offers ways to minimize harm and remove the stigma and shame people feel when receiving charityโดย Interfaith Voices
Host and Executive producer, Ambereen Khan's interview with Dr. Bruce Chilton contained a wealth of fascinating information. Far more than we could fit in this week's show. For all of the history geeks out there, here isโดย Interfaith Voices
Dr. Bruce Chilton chronicles the intrigue-filled dynastic exploits of Herod the Great and his family in The Herods: Murder, Politics, and the Art of Succession.โดย Interfaith Voices
A remembrance of the life of Sister Dianna Ortiz a survivor of torture who became a voice for victims. And the intrigue-filled exploits of Herod the Great and his family.โดย Interfaith Voices
Dr. Massimo Faggioli is an expert on American Catholicism looks at the subtext of President Joseph Biden’s recent meeting with Pope Francis -- only the second time in history a sitting Catholic president has met with a sโดย Interfaith Voices
Thrity Umrigar returns to the Diwali celebrations of her Indian childhood for Binny’s Diwali, a picture book for children that explains how her family celebrates this important but little understood Indian festival.โดย Interfaith Voices
A children’s book about Diwali and a discussion of what is at stake as the US Conference of Catholic Bishops considers denying communion to politicians who support abortion.โดย Interfaith Voices
From a study of spirituality in the horror genre to the celebration of Dia de Los Muertos, we explore how people find meaning in rituals we may not fully understand.โดย Interfaith Voices
It's not devil worship. It's not make-believe. Modern-day pagans are taking part in a diverse array of spiritual practices and reviving traditions of long ago. (Originally broadcast in September 2018.)โดย Interfaith Voices
The national conversation on racism has shifted. Americans are participating in a reckoning with the legacy of slavery. This week’s episode features a conversation with Black Christian leader, activist, and historian Jeโดย Interfaith Voices
Distinguished American Studies scholar Dr. Sylvia Chan-Malik reflecting on the 9/11 anniversary, and how the last twenty years have led to greater introspection and reflection about identity, race, gender, and ethnicityโดย Interfaith Voices
We begin this week’s episode by revisiting the origin story of Interfaith Voices. The very first pilot episode took place exactly one week after the 9/11 attacks. Then we talk with Dalia Mogahed, a hijab-wearing, Egyptiaโดย Interfaith Voices
The world watched in disbelief and concern as the last of the U.S. armed forces left Afghanistan. Two guests with ties to Afghanistan share their fears and hopes for the country.โดย Interfaith Voices
Reflections from children's book authors who write about fostering understanding and overcoming adversity. (Segments of this show were originally broadcast in November and December of 2020.)โดย Interfaith Voices
Beyond the headlines of abuse, underage marriages, and polygamy, the award-winning podcast UNFINISHED: SHORT CREEK, explores how this community is wrestling with its history.โดย Interfaith Voices
Shankar Vedantam examines how self-deception helps us succeed at things like parenting. Then Robert Griffin explores beliefs about the 2020 presidential election. (Original broadcast July 2021)โดย Interfaith Voices
Summer camps are not just about fun and games according to Dr. Shana Sippy. They are, more broadly speaking, immersive and unique experiences that quickly create an ethos and culture.โดย Interfaith Voices
Devi Parvati breaks all kinds of stereotypes. Today the mystic who identifies as a practitioner of all traditions describes how her life changed when she attended a retreat at an Ashram in the Poconos in 1968.โดย Interfaith Voices
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