Introducing the ‘Nones’



If someone polls you about your religion and you choose “none of the above,” welcome to one of the fast-growing groups of people in America.
People who describe themselves as atheist, agnostic, or nothing in particular now make up nearly 20 percent of the American population.
Pictured: Kim Weeks, who describes herself as “spiritual but not religious”.

The Loretto Community: Trailblazing Sisters


Maureen takes us on a journey to Kentucky hill country–to the home base of her community, the Sisters of Loretto. It’s a story that began 200 years ago, when three pioneering women trekked from the east coast to provide education for the local children.
Pictured: the Loretto Motherhouse, the homebase of the community.

Supernatural Spirituality


Time was, we humans turned to the gods to explain our strange spiritual experiences. Now we have a new source: science fiction movies.

ON Interfaith Voices | October 23, 2012 | 12:00 pm

The Rise of the Unaffiliated, Loretto’s Jubilee, and More

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Introducing the ‘Nones’



If someone polls you about your religion and you choose “none of the above,” welcome to one of the fast-growing groups of people in America.
People who describe themselves as atheist, agnostic, or nothing in particular now make up nearly 20 percent of the American population.
Pictured: Kim Weeks, who describes herself as “spiritual but not religious”.

The Loretto Community: Trailblazing Sisters


Maureen takes us on a journey to Kentucky hill country–to the home base of her community, the Sisters of Loretto. It’s a story that began 200 years ago, when three pioneering women trekked from the east coast to provide education for the local children.
Pictured: the Loretto Motherhouse, the homebase of the community.

Supernatural Spirituality


Time was, we humans turned to the gods to explain our strange spiritual experiences. Now we have a new source: science fiction movies.

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