A Real-Life Samaritan Leader Explains What It Means to Be a Good Samaritan
There are less than 1,000 Samaritans living in the world today. Community secretary Mabrook Ishaq is one of them. He told us his story.
This Ex-Naturopath Is Speaking Out Against Her Former Profession
She was a licensed naturopath in two states, and is now is now one of the fields biggest critics.
I Will Die to Protect This Holy Well in the West Bank
The first-person story of Archimandrite Ioustinos, the guardian of Jacob's Well in the West Bank.
I Died, Met God, and Came Back as a Roots Healer
The first-person story of Bishop Dickerson, one of the last roots workers in Mississippi.
How La Virgen de Guadalupe Became an Icon
On the anniversary of her first appearance, we look at the evolution of the symbol that has special resonance for Mexican people.
Ximena N. Larkin
A New Website Aims to Tell You Which Churches Are Queer-Inclusive
Church Clarity is a crowdsourced database of churches nationwide, ranking them based on their acceptance of LGBTQ parishioners.
Fasting for Ramadan Isn't Supposed to Be Easy
Each year I find Ramadan to be an incredible struggle, and every year I end up fasting again.
How It Feels to Lose Your Religion
We spoke to a former Jehovah's Witness, a Jew, and a Muslim about leaving their faith and community.
What Happens to Your Brain When You Stop Believing in God
It's like going off a drug.
Is Harry Potter the Jesus of a New Generation?
Millions are giving the series a close read through a spiritual lens.
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Sleater-Kinney Covered George Michael and David Bowie with The Thermals on New Year’s Eve
And, like everything they touch, it was perfect.
Alex Robert Ross
Best of 2016
Artist of the Year: The Black Madonna On the Beautiful Paradox of Being a Catholic DJ
"I poured myself into dance music and discovered God isn't silent. God is loud."
The Black Madonna