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Taizé: A Musical Monastic Community, Formed in Response to a Global Crisis, Faces New Ones

This article was originally published by America Magazine, with the support of CRCC’s global project on engaged spirituality. “Iedere nacht verlang ik naar u, o God” (My spirit yearns for you in the …

Rev. Gary Mason: Faith on the Peace Lines of Northern Ireland

This article was originally published by Religion Unplugged, with the support of CRCC’s global project on engaged spirituality. Amid the bombings and murders of Northern Ireland’s decades-long conflicted called the Troubles, Rev. Gary …

Mehool Sanghrajka: A Jain Tech Innovator Combines A Religious And Worldly Perspective In Education

This radio documentary was originally produced by KALW’s The Spiritual Edge, with the support of CRCC’s global project on engaged spirituality.  To hear this and other profiles, subscribe to The Spiritual Edge podcast in …

Bart Weetjens: Meet The Belgian Buddhist Training Entrepreneurs

This article was originally published by Religion Unplugged, with the support of CRCC’s global project on engaged spirituality.  LALOBBE, France — Bart Weetjens wants to save the world by teaching meditation to one …

RNS: France’s ‘hip’ female rabbi draws Muslims, Christians and Jews in a time of crisis

This article was originally published in Religion News Service, with the support of CRCC’s global project on engaged spirituality.  (RNS) — On Tuesday nights at 8:30 p.m., tens of thousands of people throughout France …

RNS: In Greece, Pandemic Deprives Refugees of Vital Link to Food and Locals

This article was originally published in Religion News Service with the support of CRCC’s global project on engaged spirituality.  MORIA REFUGEE CAMP, Lesbos, Greece (RNS) — Like many restaurants around the world, Nikos …

True Colors: Lessons from a Post-Authoritarian State

This article originally appeared on The German Marshall Fund of the United States website, from Brie Loskota’s experience with The Marshall Memorial Fellowship (MMF). I have always pictured Central and Eastern Europe in black …

The Other Muslim Fringe: Muslim Activism in Europe

CRCC’s Nick Street had a fellowship from the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting to explore young Muslims in Europe working to create a space for themselves. Watch this video to hear about what …

Doing It All For Her: A Lesbian Muslim Hip-Hop Singer on Art and Activism

This article originally appeared on The Huffington Post. “I could’ve been like the dude in Orlando,” said Jaheda Choudhury-Potter, a self-described “geeky dark-skinned lesbian Muslim” who fronts a queer hip-hop band in …

How Young Muslim Activists in Sweden Fight Radicalization

This article originally appeared in the Los Angeles Times. When Salahuddin Barakat founded the Islam Academy in 2013, he located it on the edge of Rosengard, a predominantly Muslim neighborhood that has …

Muslims Seek a Delicate Balance in a Secular Europe

This story was originally published by the Los Angeles Times as part of a reporting project supported by the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting. A light rain was falling as young men …

Could Pope Francis Change Hearts and Minds on Immigration on a Global Scale?

This article originally appeared on Washington Post’s Acts of Faith blog. A few months into his papacy, Pope Francis took his first trip out of Rome to Lampedusa, the Italian island through …

Is “Buy Christian” the New “Buy American”?

Brie Loskota on investing according to “Christian beliefs”

Stories of Witness and Persistence in the Ukraine

Religious history in the former Soviet Union is more than a linear story of evangelization, conversion, and church growth.