Interfaith Matters is an original podcast series from The Interfaith Center of New York that explores how interfaith engagement matters to making positive social change
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.
Sharing spiritual light and warmth!
SSIO Malaysia is an interfaith service orientated NGO dedicated towards the promotion of human values and selfless community to the poor and needy.
Collection of sermons, including High Holidays from Rabbi Adam Chalom. Rabbi Chalom is the rabbi of Kol Hadash Humanistic Congregation serving the greater Chicago area as well as the dean of the International Institute of Secular Humanistic Judaism.
What hope is there for peace in a violent world? Join us every week for a story that gives us hope from South Africa, India or the USA.
Contact Chai is a podcast from Mishkan Chicago, hosted by Rabbi Lizzi Heydemann. In each episode, Rabbi Lizzi explores down-to-earth Judaism in conversation. You can also find our Shabbat Replay episodes featuring sermons from our rabbis recorded live on Friday nights.
State of Belief is a weekly radio show that explores the intersection of religion with politics, culture, media, and activism, and promotes diverse religious voices in a religiously pluralistic world.
Our world is a diverse and beautiful place, with many faiths and beliefs. Where do we come from? Why does evil exist? Every single faith attempts to answer these questions through stories - creation stories, fables, and many others. Many of these stories have more in common than you'd think. One World is a podcast from the Dublin City Interfaith Forum which discusses these stories in detail. Visit our website at www.dcif.ie, or follow us on Facebook (Dublin City Interfaith Forum), Twitter (@ ...
Conversations about what we believe, why we believe, and how we navigate the common ground and differences between our traditions! Airing every other Wednesday from 9-10am on Takoma Radio WOWD 94.3FM and takomaradio.org
“Religion and Global Challenges” is the podcast of the Cambridge Interfaith Programme, brought to you from of the Faculty of Divinity at the University of Cambridge. This podcast explores the many ways in which religious narratives and ideas, practices and experiences inform some of the most crucial challenges facing our world today. Together with our guest speakers, in our monthly sessions we discuss topics ranging from religion and climate change to how people navigate religious difference ...
Lightworkers and Spiritual Entrepreneurs need inspiration on a regular basis to nourish their spirits so they can keep sharing their light with the world. Each Wednesday, join Rev. Frances Fayden, a long-time Spiritual Entrepreneur & Interfaith Minister, as she shares miraculous stories, messages, meditations, book reviews and interviews to help you stay in the highest vibration possible! If you are a lightworker who wants to magnify your impact AND intuition, this podcast is for you!
Interfaith Disability Connection Podcasts feature thought leaders who are actively working to remove the barriers of attitude and architecture in their congregations.
Every weekday afternoon, the hosts of NPR's All Things Considered help you make sense of a major news story and what it means for you in 15 minutes. In participating regions, you'll also hear from local journalists about what's happening in your community.
Weekly Witness is your weekly update on the mainstream faith community’s perspective on everything Texas public policy. Hosted by Texas Impact's Scott Atnip, Weekly Witness is recorded in front of a live audience in downtown Austin. We host policy experts, faith leaders, and elected officials who provide in-depth information on relevant policy issues in the state. Weekly Witness is a product of Texas Impact, Texas’ oldest and largest interfaith advocacy group. Visit texasimpact.org for more ...
Father Christian & Rabbi Durbin are passionate about interfaith work & how it brings us closer to G-d and our respective faith walks. They are dear friends so don‘t be alarmed when they challenge and even poke fun at one another!
Join Rabbi Michael Harvey and Father Bradley Pace as they meet at local bars and breweries to try good beer and discuss current issues through the lenses of Judaism and Christianity. Image by Sunny Street Comics
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Spirituality Matters with Rev Karla is a podcast for the spiritual but not religious. Rev Karla is an ordained interfaith minister, a writer, a wife, a mom, a grandmother and a spiritual sojourner. She explores topics from sin and religious trauma to empathy and self-care through stories of her own experiences and spiritual practices to help you find your path to God. God is big enough to share and there is room for you at this table. You can find more of Rev Karla's spiritual teachings on h ...
In a country more religiously diverse than ever, it is critical for people to understand the vital and inspirational knowledge—the traditions, the values, and the history—of religious and non-religious identities. What is the common knowledge that we all should know? Common Knowledge is a regular podcast featuring interviews and stories from leaders around the interfaith movement focusing on what we call “interfaith literacy”—the knowledge necessary to be a leader in a religiously diverse world.
An Interfaith Community Services podcast about the myths and realities around the big issue, and what you can do to help.
Interfaith conversations deconstructing traditional religious beliefs. A former Orthodox Jew and a Spanish-raised Catholic join forces to fight spiritual violence. Our nuanced conversations with queer revolutionaries will give you the tools to tear apart binaries and live a meaningful life. Recent guests include Arlan Hamilton, Mary Lambert, Sushant Divgikar, Rev. Troy Perry, Ryan Cassata & Senator Weinberg.
In each episode of Everyday Thin Places, birth doula Elizabeth Varaso and interfaith hospice chaplain Rachael Gallagher draw from their experiences supporting birthing people and dying people to explore with honesty, authenticity and humor how we can all become more truly-living people. Although birth and death are two of the only truly universal human experiences, we often think of them as painful, frightening and best kept behind closed doors. But behind those closed doors Rachael and El ...
Inspiration and Transformation from the Banks of the Ganges - The Musings of an American Sanyasi with Host Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati Welcome to Inspiration and Transformation from the banks of the Ganges with Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati, an American Sanyasi living at the Parmarth Niketan Ashram in Rishikesh, India. Sadhvi is President of the Divine Shakti Foundation, a charitable organization bringing education, vocational training, upliftment and empowerment programs to women and children. ...
Rev. Dr. Ahriana Platten and a rotating interfaith team address questions about faith, family, and life in the 21st century. They use interfaith dialogue to build recognition, acceptance and interaction among a diverse cross-section of faith traditions.
Conversations at the leading edge of human intelligence & maturity – facing the darkness and alive to possibilities on the other side of it.
For over 25 years, Bishop Robert Stearns has been a leading voice in global interfaith dialogue, specifically as a trusted bridge builder between the Jewish and Christian communities. On that journey, he has had the privilege of cultivating friendships with some of the leading Rabbis and leaders around the globe. As a result of these many rich relationships, an outpouring comes forth uncovering deep truths of living a life set apart in holiness, to and from both Christian and Jewish perspect ...
Periodic Podcasts from the National Council of Churches. Enjoy the best features and interviews from insightful guests from across the ecumenical and interfaith movement exploring today's most important issues.
Rev. Kat Banakis hosts an interfaith ethics show on the wisdom of faith traditions in leading a good life.
Hear KUOW and NPR award-winning hosts and reporters from around the globe present some of the nation's best reporting of the day's events, interviews, analysis and reviews.
Join conversations between friends as we study, question, and apply the weekly Torah portion to better understand our world.
Park Road is a progressive faith community located in Charlotte, NC; encouraging independent thought, community service, social and racial justice, and interfaith understanding. 🏳️🌈
For thousands of years, religious philosophies were interpreted in isolation, in cultural or geographical silos. Till only recently, much spiritual literature was yet to be translated to languages understood by the general public; their secrets locked in by the ancient, antiquated languages in which they were received. Now with the advent of globalism and the dawn of the age of information accessibility, there has been no greater time in human history than now, to access, interpret and combi ...
A podcast featuring real conversations, true stories, and more questions than answers. Join Joe Welker as he explores modern-day spirituality with storytellers, seminarians, comedians, pastors, academics, musicians, artists, atheists, believers, and all kinds of ordinary mystics to talk about their relationship with truth, authenticity, and mystery.
Apologetics Profile is a weekly podcast discussing world religions, atheism, cults, the occult, alternative religions, controversial doctrines and spiritual practices. We are an evangelical Christian organization dedicated to respectful conversations from a biblical perspective. Apologetics Profile is a production of Watchman Fellowship, a non-profit Christian apologetics ministry focused on interfaith evangelism and discernment. For more information, visit: www.watchman.org.
Start your morning with news that matters in just 10 minutes. Our host Niala Boodhoo and a team of award-winning journalists will bring you the latest scoops from the White House and Congress, analysis on the economy and insight into the trends shaping your world -- from China to AI, and all the forces shaping the next five years. And it’s all delivered in Smart Brevity® - a clinical, concise coverage style that respects your time. About Axios: Axios is a digital media company launched in 20 ...
A weekly WCCM audio podcast: Talks, Interviews and dialogues.
A weekly bilingual podcast on Conscious living & Parenting I am the founder and host Shua, welcome to Light-Up-with-Shua.
Conversations from the Pale Blue Dot is an interfaith interview show, featuring experts from all religions and worldviews, but focusing on the divide between Christianity and atheism.
Now in its second season, CHQ&A is the flagship podcast of Chautauqua Institution, featuring interviews with prominent guests who participate in Chautauqua's summer season of programs in the arts, education, interfaith dialogue and recreation. Hosted by Jordan Steves, Chautauqua's director of communications, with interviewers from around the Chautauqua community.
'In Their Own Words' is a podcast series where followers of the world's nine major religions talk about their faith. Each person talks about their own religious beliefs - in their own words - and from their own perspective.
Interfaith Arkansas Executive Director Stephen Copley talks about how we are more alike than we are different. Guests include religious thinkers, movers, and shakers in the natural state.
This podcast highlights inspiring stories of individuals who have navigated hardships and reclaimed their lives through endurance athletics. In each episode, we will hear inspiring stories of those who have used running/swimming/biking/beyond to reclaim their lives from mental illness, addiction, physical illness, grief, and beyond. I'm your host, Katie O'Dunne - long-distance runner, interfaith chaplain, and mental health advocate. And I can't wait to run into life together! New episodes ar ...
Sonali is an international speaker and leadership consultant for marginalized & underrepresented visionary woman and emerging women-identifying leaders. - Sonali performs spoken word, is a TEDx Speaker, and leads retreats & workshops for women-identified leaders - She has appeared on several podcasts like, Layla Saad’s Wild Mystic Woman and The Priestess Podcast - Sonali is a member of International Council of Interfaith & Indigenous Women
A podcast series analysing events in the Middle East and North Africa. The main contributor to the programme is Dr Harry Hagopian - an international lawyer and political commentator who's a consultant on the region to the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales. Dr Hagopian is also a consultant to the Middle East Council of Churches. A main focus of the programme is an examination of the Christian realities in the region.
Interfaith Muse engages spiritual questions through civic dialogue and the creative arts.
This is the podcast blog for the Jewish Community Relations Council of Southern New Jersey (JCRC). The JCRC is the human relations and public policy arm of the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey. More information is at jcrcsnj.org. The Federation's website is at jewishsouthjersey.org.
Welcome to Inspirasoul! The place where all the enlightened treehuggers, b-boys and girls, cultural creatives, earth angels, lightworkers, urban alchemists, and real life superheroes come for their dose of spiritual mojo. Inspirasoul Talk Radio is a mash up of collaborative heart to mind conversations between Interfaith Minister Rev. Jennifer Rogers, her weekly special guests, and soul epiphany filled music. Tune in every Saturday at 12PM EST. New season kicks off October 5th!!!
A Voice from the Heart leads us on a deep and inspiring journey, where together we explore wisdom guiding us to a heart-based path of love, empathy and purpose. An interfaith minister and spiritual mentor with a Doctorate in Holistic Theology, host Susan M. Hoskins is the award-winning author of multiple books, including The Way of the One and Molly's Rocker.
Welcome Shaikh Shafayat from Al-Hikmat Services to the show for a 2 part series on the importance of interfaith work, the biggest misconceptions of Islam, and they key similarities and differences between the 3 Abrahamic religions. Al-Hikmat Services: http://www.alhikmat.com/By Father Christian and Rabbi Durbin
In India, where arranged marriages are the norm, people typically marry within their religion or caste. But occasionally, some find love on their own and end up with a partner of a different faith.By NPR
In India, new laws forbid brides or grooms from converting to their spouse's religion. The idea is to halt forced conversions. But they've led to attacks on interfaith couples.By Lauren Frayer
Hosted by Hanadi Doleh, ICNY Director for Community Partnerships Throughout New York, clergy members, lay leaders and faith-based activists from every faith tradition are working to create positive change for our own communities and the city as a whole. But all too often we find ourselves working alone — without a strong network of interfaith ties,…
Before the 9/11 memorial in New York City was even built, there were plans to build an Islamic community center and mosque a few blocks away. Eleven years ago, the Anti-Defamation League opposed the building of the center in that place. But this week, the ADL’s National Director apologized for that stance. He talks to Axios Today about coming toget…
This week we begin a three-part special reflecting on the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and the origins of Interfaith Voices. Dalia Mogahed and Dr. Sylvia Chan-Malik share their insights.By Interfaith Voices
What's it like to live in one of the most religiously diverse counties in America? And why does it not always lead to tolerance and pluralism?This week, guests Robert P. Jones of the Public Religion Research Institute, and Ambereen Khan, host of the radio show 'Inspired,' discuss the recent 2020 Census of American Religion.Plus, the death rattle of…
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Nelson G. Navarrete, co-director of the documentary A La Calle, and Leopoldo Lopez, one of the Venezuelan opposition leaders featured in the film.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with former Chicago Tribune columnist Dawn Turner about her new book, Three Girls from Bronzeville: A Uniquely American Memoir of Race, Fate, and Sisterhood.By KUOW Staff
Canadians go to the polls tomorrow for a snap election called by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. He is gambling his handling of the pandemic will win his Liberal Party more seats in parliament.By Emma Jacobs
A new PBS series explores the life of the late American icon and boxing legend Muhammad Ali. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with series co-director, Ken Burns.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Life Kit has tips for how to get back on the dating scene for those 50 and older.By Tanya Ballard Brown
Twenty years ago, during the dog days of summer, a fledgling journalist named Shereen Marisol Meraji — maybe you've heard of her? — headed to Durban, South Africa. Her mission: to report on the meeting of thousands of organizers and ambassadors at the United Nations Conference Against Racism.By NPR
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Rachel Kentor, pediatric psychologist at Texas Children's Hospital, about children who have lost their primary caregivers to COVID-19.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Human Rights Watch Americas' senior researcher César Muñoz on their announcement that Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is threatening democratic rule.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Joshua Prager, author of The Family Roe: An American Story, about the people whose lives are most connected to the landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Blythe Grossberg about her new book, I Left My Homework in the Hamptons: What I Learned Teaching the Children of the One Percent.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with former FDA scientist Luciana Borio about the decision by an FDA advisory panel to recommend Pfizer booster shots only for certain people at higher risk for COVID-19.By KUOW Staff
The progressive faith community lost a giant this week with the passing of the Rt. Rev. John Shelby Spong, retired Episcopal bishop of Newark, NJ, prolific writer, and a towering figure in fearless, faithful, loving theology for many decades. A champion of gender equality and LGBTQ+ rights, he ordained the first openly gay man to the Episcopal prie…
On our latest installment of our Hard Truths series, how the federal government is tackling environmental justice, and what it will take to make real change in vulnerable communities. Guests: Henry Herrera, EPA administrator Michael Regan, and Dr. Robert Bullard, distinguished professor of urban planning and environmental policy at Texas Southern U…
In this episode of the A Voice from the Heart podcast, Susan M. Hoskins launches a new series of podcasts featuring profoundly powerful lessons from Molly's Schoolhouse (http://mollyschoolhouse.com/), a free innovative learning experience based on Susan's historical intergenerational novel Molly's Rocker (http://mollysrocker.com/), based on real li…
The Biden Administration may announce the nomination of a key regulator who could direct billions of dollars for down-payment assistance and make more affordable homes available.By Chris Arnold
After a year away, Broadway's lights are back on. Some of the biggest productions have returned for vaccinated and masked audiences. From "Wicked" to "Chicago" to "Hamilton," theaters in New York are open at 100 percent capacity.By NPR
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Nicaraguan poet and political activist Gioconda Belli about the increasing tension in Nicaragua, as the country moves towards a presidential election.By Mary Louise Kelly
Filmmakers Hannah Ayers and Lance Warren discuss their film, How the Monuments Came Down, about 160 years of history in Richmond, VA., and the removal of the confederate statues along Monument Ave.By Justine Kenin
An independent committee of experts has recommended that the Food and Drug Administration should not allow Pfizer to provide a third dose of its COVID-19 vaccine to Americans older than 16.By Joe Palca
India has sped up its COVID vaccination after a deadly spring outbreak. Half of those eligible have received at least one shot. But millions are still vulnerable as fears of a new wave loom.By Sushmita Pathak
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California’s Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom survived a Republican-led effort to recall him from office, this week. Axios' Margaret Talev says new polling points to some GOP voters pushing back on the party in a few places. Plus, research into kids and long COVID. And, crab cakes are the latest supply chain headache. Guests: Axios' Margaret Talev,…
Robert Alter, Professor in the Graduate School and Emeritus Professor of Hebrew and Comparative Literature at the University of California at Berkeley, and award winning translator of the Torah joins Rabbi Adam and Raviv to discuss why the Torah ends in a poem. We’ll discuss what clues this poem gives us about the ways in which people communicated …
Obstacles to Feeling Complete Air Date: Thursday, 16 September 2021 at 11:00 AM EST / 8:00 AM PST Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati at Parmarth Niketan discusses the following topics and answers questions from seekers from around the world, during her daily Satsang from the banks of the holy Ganga River: ~ Obstacles to Feeling Complete ~ Where There’s Att…
Russia's three days of voting for its parliament and city governments begin Friday. This political season has seen unusual tactics to keep Putin's opposition from running and off the ballot entirely.By Charles Maynes
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Associated Press reporter Jeffrey Collins about a series of crimes swirling around a powerful South Carolina family.By Mary Louise Kelly
Heatwaves don't have names or categories like hurricanes and wildfires, but they kill more people each year than any other weather event, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).By NPR
The infrastructure bill moving through Congress includes billions to replace lead pipes. In Flint, Mich., NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with residents on how governments can tackle a water crisis equitably.By Ari Shapiro
The FDA is set to rule on Pfizer boosters on Friday. Some scientists say they aren't needed for healthy people and the doses would more helpful for the unvaccinated in countries with limited supplies.By Michaeleen Doucleff
Witnesses to a Syrian intelligence officer's alleged war crimes face down intimidation as they testify in landmark trial in Germany — but they continue to tell the story.By Deborah Amos
Everyone speaks of this inner voice but have you struggled to hear it? Join us as we explore how we can hear this voice of God! Click on the link below to help us improve. Your feedback is much appreciated! https://forms.gle/Yhmf4HzKM86VsFrs6By SSIO Malaysia
Did General Mark Milley go too far? That’s the question in Washington today after newly released excerpts of the latest work from Bob Woodward and Robert Costa are calling into question Milley’s role during the Trump administration. Plus, how teen mental health is affected by the pandemic. And, survivors of Larry Nassar’s abuse call out the FBI. Gu…
The first all-civilian space mission into orbit is expected to take flight from Kennedy Space Center on Wednesday evening. Private company SpaceX is running the mission — not NASA.By Brendan Byrne
Republicans believe the 2022 midterms will hinge on President Biden's handling of the economy. Strategists and campaign officials say voters across the U.S. rank higher prices above all other issues.By Deirdre Walsh
It has been exactly one month since Kabul fell and the Taliban took control of Afghanistan. With U.S. troops gone from the region and the collapse of the Afghan Armed forces, thousands have been fleeing the country for safety.By NPR
Pfizer is seeking the FDA's permission to offer a third COVID-19 vaccine dose to those 16 and older. There's data that the vaccine's efficacy is waning and evidence that a booster can reverse that.By Joe Palca
The Taliban took over Kabul a month ago. How is the U.S. dealing with the group's interim government in Afghanistan and what challenges lie ahead?By Michele Kelemen
One month ago, Afghanistan's capital city of Kabul fell to Taliban forces. Now the Americans are gone and many Afghans who wanted to flee are left behind living in fear.By Courtney Dorning
Gymnasts testifying on Capitol Hill Wednesday repeatedly said that the FBI failed to protect them from Larry Nassar.By Ailsa Chang
Parent alienation is one of the worst abuse a parent can do to their child or children. The 8 Symptoms of parental alienation - 2 symptoms discussed here. Robin Family Law Center https://www.familylawpleasanton.com/b... *Remember to LIKE, SHARE, RATE and REVIEW. Let me know which question triggered your interest? Which part of conversation was more…
With COVID-19 cases in children surging across the country, doctors are seeing more kids in their offices and in hospitals. Two pediatricians share what they’re seeing and what they want parents to know. Plus, California’s recall election and lies about voter fraud. And, what do you want to know about teenage mental health during the pandemic? Gues…
Parent alienation is one of the worst abuse a parent can do to their child or children. The 8 Symptoms of parental alienation - 2 symptoms discussed here. Robin Family Law Center https://www.familylawpleasanton.com/blog/2020/10/the-8-symptoms-of-parental-alienation/ *Remember to LIKE, SHARE, RATE and REVIEW. Let me know which question triggered you…
Have you ever had a desire that was beyond anything you’ve experienced before? And maybe it was beyond anything your family or friends have experienced too…believe it or not, that can be scary for most of us. If you’re like me, you were raised in a family that worked hard just to create a sense of safety and stability, aka a ‘good life.’ When I was…