Posts filed under ‘Religion’

5-15-12: Baltimore’s 16th Archbishop

Sheilah talks to William E. Lori, who will be installed tomorrow as the 16th Archbishop of Baltimore.

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5-15-12: Charles Heller’s Long Journey

Charles Heller tells Sheilah about “Prague: My Long Journey Home,” his memoir about hiding from the Nazis–and taking a potshot at one–as a young boy in World War II Czechoslovakia.

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3-5-12: Margot Adler

Tom Hall talks to the NPR correspondent in advance of her talk “Walking in Many Worlds: Margot Adler Reflects on Journalism, Activism and Spirituality” on Wednesday at Anne Arundel Community College.

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12-21-11: Questioning Kwanzaa

Sheilah discusses Kwanzaa’s origins, the story behind the hesitation in accepting it, and the holiday’s benefits with University of Maryland Associate Professor of American Studies, Dr. Sheri Parks and University of Maryland Professor of Anthropology, Dr. William Stuart

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10-31-11: The Word of Health

Bringing the word of good health through the church.

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10-7-11: The Sound of the Shofar

The shofar is an instrument used during the High Holy Days. We talk with a Baltimore rabbi about what the sound of the horn indicates about man’s relationship with god.

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8-30-11: How We Celebrate Holy Days

The similarities between the Muslim holiday of Eid ul-Fitr and the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah.

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8-22-11: Reaching Out Before September 11th

Seven mosques and Muslim societies around Maryland are inviting you to join them on September 11th to remember the victims of that day.

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8-10-11: “Crooked Lines”

Emmitsburg writer Ann Hall Marshall on her debut novel, which she self-published at age 89.

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8-1-11: From the Ground Up

The Gwynn Oak Islamic Community celebrates Ramadan–and the impending completion of the first original construction of a mosque in Baltimore.

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