Religious Freedom Project Director Tom Farr testifies on "Prioritizing International Religious Freedom in U.S. Foreign Policy" before the House Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, and Human Rights.
Father Greg Boyle moves swiftly around the headquarters of Homeboy Industries in central Los Angeles, looking a bit like Santa Claus. A 57 year old Jesuit priest, he is the founder and president of an organization with an improbable name and a remarkable mission: to give hope to people our society seems to have given up as lost.
updated on: May 25, 2011
The Berkley Center is co-producing a weekly video magazine on the role of faith in the 2012 presidential election campaign. The God Vote is hosted by Jacques Berlinerblau and Sally Quinn.
updated on: May 24, 2011
Richard Chartres, Bishop of London, chose an inspirational challenge to open his homily at the wedding of William and Kate last month: “Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire.” His message was that marriage is an extraordinary chance for two people to help each other to be far more than could ever be alone.
updated on: May 12, 2011
Georgetown's Institute for Reproductive Health hosted a consultation with global health leaders on the intersection of faith, family planning and family well-being, April 11-12, 2011. The consultation was also supported by USAID.
updated on: April 28, 2011
The “hunger fast” inspired by Tony Hall, David Beckman, and others, in a passionate call for a “moral budget,” came to an end on Easter Sunday, highlighting its initial tie to the spirit and tradition of self-denial of Lent.
updated on: April 26, 2011
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