In the most recent issue of Spectrum, Ruben Sanchez wrote an article about Faith House Manhattan. The article takes you through an immersion, and muses on the nature of diversity.
Experiencing your neighbor’s faith is easier when someone guides you, because as Henry D. Thoreau said, “It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you […]Continue Reading →
I have been a Faith House Manhattan groupie for about a year and a half now. At the end of July, I had the privilege of helping them execute their first Immersion program, a 3-day multi-religious service extravaganza, called Abrahamic Manhattan.
The premise of the program was to bring together […]Continue Reading →
by Chris Fici, Monk and Teacher at the Bhakti Center
One of my favorite verses in the Bhagavad-Gita is when Krishna tells his warrior friend Arjuna of how He is the connecting thread behind all reality.
O conqueror of wealth, there is no truth superior to Me. Everything rests upon Me, […]Continue Reading →
By Jaime Kraft
On Wednesday, December 7, I attended the penultimate Faith House Tour Bus stop at Riverside Church’s “Space for Grace”. As I entered the building, I was struck at first by the sheer magnitude of the place, and then by the beauty of its Gothic-style architecture and interior.
I gathered with other […]Continue Reading →
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