Often referred to as "The Black National Anthem," Lift Every Voice and Sing was a hymn written as a poem by NAACP leader James Weldon Johnson in 1900.
We would like to extend a heartfelt welcome to Bishop Shelton Fabre, whom Pope Francis has named as the next Archbishop of Louisville.
As we pray for those impacted by the devastating tornadoes in Kentucky, let us also join together in providing aid to those who are suffering.
"It is true; I was created in you. It is also true; That you were created for me."
Environmental policy professor Julian Agyeman spoke about environmental equality and "just" sustainability at the 2014 Festival of Faiths, "Sacred Earth, Sacred Self."
Muslim theologian Dr. Ingrid Mattson leads an Islamic daily prayer at the 2017 Festival of Faiths.
“In a world of noise, confusion and conflict it is necessary that there be places of silence, inner discipline and peace..."
"One of the major systems errors that we tend to make is thinking that we are apart from rather than a part of nature,” Nina Simons says, adding: “We ourselves are natural systems embedded within nature, so the same laws and rules that govern nature actually govern us.”
Thomas Merton's thoughts on happiness from "No Man Is an Island."
"Easter is like what it will be entering eternity when you suddenly, peacefully, clearly recognize all your mistakes as well as all that you did well: everything falls into place."