Walking the World’s Chosen Paths: A Spiritual, Even Secular, Appreciation of Ancient Pilgrimages
With the increase in interfaith pilgrimage, where pilgrims may not be affiliated with the faith of the religious site, the concept of a pilgrimage seems to take on a broader, yet equally spiritual and meaningful significance.
TikTok: Connecting and Bridging Gaps Between Religious Youth of All Faiths
The numbers of religious and spiritual youths are increasing and many are connecting on the popular app, TikTok, defying stereotypes while building understanding about their faith.
The Laughing Cleric
Professor Phoebe Milliken talks about the value of interfaith engagement that helped remove certain prejudices that came from images depicted of Iranian clerics on the news from her childhood.
Ramadan and How We Share its Lessons with Other Faiths
Hartford Seminary Professor Dr. Hossein Kamaly and Islamic Chaplaincy student Lauren Schreiber share experiences about Ramadan at the Taste of Ramadan Event, held by Muslim Coalition of Connecticut, committed to building bridges in the community.