US Banned From Summit On Democracy
In unsurprising news, the US relations with S. Korea reach another impasse. Mark Taylor-Canfield writes.
What comes of a prayer for the unknown? Francesca Hyatt writes.
Holy Relics and Celebrity Mementos Put Heaven Within Reach
Relics bring people closer to connection with the eternal, no matter what form they take. Emma J Wells writes.
Apocalyptabuse, or How to Survive the End Times
The fear of The End is part of a psychic war to deprive people of hope and convince people to withdraw from life itself. S. Brent Plate explains.
This Indonesian Muslim Group is Keeping Millions Safe During COVID-19
This Ramadan, an Indonesian group is encouraging people to stay home and stay alive. Mark Woodward writes.
Republican Senators Plan To Offer Crown To Trump
Hurdy-gurdy, hurdy, gurdy, hurdy-g’urdy mon.
Who Smoked Bristol’s Breakdancing Jesus?
Someone defaced the well-loved “Breakdancing Jesus” mural in Bristol. Why? Micah Danney writes.
South Asia’s Cradle of Sufism is Losing Its Traditional Music
Political instability and government apathy have nearly extinguished the voice of Sufi music in India. Priyadarshini Sen writes.
The Nuns Who Built A Monastery (But Are Famous For Their Bakery)
The road to Goldendale leads to a bakery that also hides an exquisite Greek Orthodox monastery? Yep. Julia Duin writes.
Facing the Tests of Tolerance: Letter from Egypt
A tale of hope and tolerance from the Christian-Muslim-Christian land of Egypt. I.M. Fletcher writes.
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