Interfaith Voices is the nation's only public radio show exclusively about religion. We were born just three days after 9/11, when a feisty nun got the idea to host a multi-faith panel on religion and terrorism, live on the radio. The phones rang off the hook, and it became clear that listeners were hungry for informed, respectful dialogue on religion in the public square. We carry on that mission today with our free, weekly podcast...led by our host Amber Khan.
Chaplains: Contemplative Care
This week's rebroadcast is part of our 'Chaplains' series. We follow a Zen Buddhist monk and see how mindfulness nourishes patients and doctors.
The Zen Thing
Koshin Paley Ellison is one of a small but growing number of chaplains in the United States who are Buddhists. In fact, Koshin is a Zen Buddhist monk. He works in hospice.
Mindfulness in Medicine
We speak to a palliative care physician and a Buddhist chaplain about contemplative care-- a mindful approach to the patient-caregiver relationship.
The House of Mourning
Kate Braestrup is an unusual chaplain. She ministers to game wardens- people who come to the aid of hunters, fishers, and hikers who've had mishaps in the wilderness.
Faithful Ambassadors for Public Health
Education and community outreach have decreased the prevalence of vaccine hesitancy among African Americans, but among white evangelicals, conspiracy theories have taken hold.
A Scientist Becomes an Advocate for Vaccines
As a member of the Kingdom Fellowship AME Church, Dr. Dawn Holt found support from her congregational leaders including senior pastor Reverend Matthew L. Watley.
Great Cast !
Interfaith Inspires me
The many faiths and perspectives that lead to honoring God and life.
Nice religious podcast
I love that they cover many religions, even the piece about the church of Norway and Atheism in Europe.