Sally Morrow joined Religion News Service in March 2012 as Photo/Multimedia Editor. She is a photographer and editor based in Kansas City. Morrow has worked as a multimedia editor and photographer at Newsday, The Des Moines Register, and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Kansas City teacher astonishes with $2 million gift to Jesuits
KANSAS CITY (RNS) Anna Kurzweil lived a simple and unpretentious life. So when it emerged that she left such a large sum to the Jesuits, nobody could believe it.
Social media and grieving (Religion & Ethics Newsweekly Video)
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly investigates how social media changes the way we mourn and grieve.
Colbert and Patricia Heaton have a Catholic throwdown (Video)
Who knows more about Catholicism – Stephen Colbert or Patricia Heaton? See for yourself in this clip from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Religious architecture award winners (PHOTOS)
Each year Faith & Form, an interfaith journal on religion, art and architecture, sponsors an International Awards Program for Religious Art & Architecture. Take a visual tour of the 2015 contest’s winning spaces.
Ending the year with prayers for peace (MULTIMEDIA)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (RNS) On the eve of a new year, religious leaders from different traditions pray and meditate for peace.
Sacred space: A photographic tour of the Washington National Cathedral
On Christmas, we take a look at a sacred place, the Washington National Cathedral, in this photographic slideshow by Sally Morrow, RNS’ multimedia editor.
Video: How this church transformed into a haven for skateboarders
Artist Okuda explains how a church becomes a painted skate park.
FEATURED VIDEO: Darth Vader’s mission at Washington National Cathedral
Apparently Darth Vader does a lot more than just guard the northwest tower at the Washington National Cathedral these days. See for yourself.
FEATURED VIDEO: St. Kateri and Native American Catholics
November is Native American Heritage Month. Religion & Ethics Newsweekly managing editor Kim Lawton delves into the history of Saint Kateri, and how Native American Catholics relate to the saint today.
PHOTOS: The beauty of Diwali in Nepal
The Hindu festival of lights, or Diwali, is celebrated all over the world with music, dance and fireworks. In Kathmandu, Nepal, it is known as the Tihar festival to the Newar community, who observe the start of their new year 1136 according to the lunar calendar.
FEATURED VIDEO: Honoring our veterans: faith and family
Service members aren’t the only ones who bear the sacrifices of military service; so do their families. The Rev. Stuart Kenworthy, Bishop James Magness and Rabbi Irving Elson talk about the hidden costs of military service.
PHOTOS: View Pope Francis’ historic trip to the U.S.
You weren’t able to attend Pope Francis’ memorable visit to the U.S. in person? Thanks to our readers and staff, you can experience the journey through photographs.
VIDEO: Touching moment as little girl hugs Pope Francis
(Warning: You may need Kleenex!) Watch as Pope Francis gestures to 5-year-old Sophie Cruz along the parade route in Washington, D.C., and see her family’s reaction.
FEATURED VIDEO: Tattoos and grace – one woman’s journey to reveal her tattoos to ‘conservative Christian’ parents
Maggie was surprised by her parents’ reaction to her tattoos, which she had hidden from them for more than 10 years.