BOSTON (RNS) — The Episcopal Cathedral is hosting a new interfaith art exhibit that explores the life of Abraham — and launching an accompanying book study focused on Sarah and Hagar.
(RNS) — I can’t bring back the 12 American Jews killed by anti-Semitic violence this year, but I can live my life with the urgency our tradition asks of us and encourage others as well to build the world, kindness first.
VIENNA, Va. (RNS) — After losing his mother in the Tree of Life shooting, Howard leaned into his faith. His wife, Marnie, into activism.
(RNS) — Jews' pesky determination to bring an ethical, spiritual vision to the world has made us a target since ancient times.
It's not about how they hate us. It's about how God loves us. That is the lesson for Jews on Rosh Ha Shanah.
(RNS) — When Easter Sunday becomes Good Friday, something is terribly wrong.
(RNS) — Subjected to similar attacks at houses of worship, Jewish and Muslim communities around the world have been brought together in offering mutual support.
TEL AVIV (RNS) — Dozens gathered outside the New Zealand embassy in Tel Aviv Sunday night for a somber candlelight vigil to commemorate the victims of Friday's (March 15) mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — A $6.3 million fund established in the wake of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre will primarily be split among the families of the dead and survivors of the worst attack on Jews in U.S. history.
(RNS) — The leaders of two congregations that have suffered violence incited by hate, we recognize the president's 'emergency' isn’t about an invasion, but the language of governmental overreach.
PITTSBURGH (RNS) — In response to hate, we connected with other victims of hate to increase good in the world and honor those slain in the Tree of Life synagogue on Oct. 27, 2018.
(RNS) — Fifty people were killed by extremists in the U.S. in 2018. But only one of those killings was perpetrated by someone associated with radical Islam.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — How do you summon thankfulness in a family, in a community, when the wounds are so fresh and the grief so hard to bear?
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Duke University officials say someone painted a Nazi symbol on a mural honoring victims of last month's Pittsburgh synagogue massacre.
It is not 1938. It is 2018. That is reason enough to affirm our Judaism.
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