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Retooling Detroit: Volunteers are opening horizons through literacy

A couple of years ago, local attorney Sangeeta Shah was watching a documentary on the revival of Detroit, when a single statistic jumped out at her. 965 more words

Local Interfaith News

God's Mercy and Pity?

I must admit that yesterday’s Collect, or prayer, for the day in the Episcopal Church’s Book of Common Prayer is one of my least favorite. Like many others, it is a Thomas Cranmer re-write of an ancient Gelasian prayer and has itself been re-worked several times. 494 more words

The Episcopal Church

5776 in News of the Jews

Rosh Hashanah, my favorite holiday, will soon be upon us. It’s a time to reflect and change, rejuvenate and grow, as individuals and as a community. 1,604 more words


Fibbin' for Faith (Lyin' for the Lord)

Trumpence (the T-P ticket) rolled through town again with more trumpery.  This time is was the two-Pence.  He was speaking to a convention of homeschoolers and their parents (sponsored by the Homeschool Legal Defence Association:  “a… 241 more words


Unity gives Jerusalem a prayer: Jews, Muslims and Christians join for worship

Source: The Guardian

By Hannah Ellis-Peterson

Eight religious leaders brought their congregations together for eight days in one room. It was a dangerous move

In a small building in the foreboding shadow of Jerusalem’s Mount Zion, Rabba Tamar Elad-Abblebaum looked upon a crowd sitting attentively before her. 369 more words

The Muslim Times