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Sister Camille D’Arienzo (credit: CBS New York)

Sister Camille D’Arienzo: Build Bridges Instead Of Bombs

A former president for the Leadership Conference of Women Religious shares her experiences and concerns about the future of forgiveness after 9/11.

08/29/2011

Swami Ramananda (credit: Jai Mitchell)

Swami Ramananda: 9/11 Showed Importance Of Uniting Despite Differences

The president of the Integral Yoga Institute sees a oneness within all despite the difference the horror of 9/11 tried to emphasize.

08/29/2011

Father Joseph Costantino (credit: Jai Mitchell)

Father Joseph Costantino: 9/11 Should Open Us To Hope

Father Joseph Costantino reflects on 9/11, and our need to reflect and infuse our lives with hope, ten years later.

08/29/2011

Reverend Jane Galloway (credit: left and logo, The Sacred Center; right top and right bottom, Jai Mitchell)

Reverend Jane Galloway On Understanding Our Global Community After 9/11

Reducing people to “the other” will hinder Americans’ appreciation for diversity.

08/29/2011

Sheikha Fariha (credit: Jai Mitchell)

Sheikha Fariha: Great Things Can Be Born From Tragedies Like 9/11

A Sufi mystic in New York reflect on what 9/11 means for America and Islam.

08/29/2011

Judy Seicho Fleischman (credit: left, Jesse Jiryu Davis, at a Buddhist Council of New York event; right, Jai Mitchell)

Zen Buddhist Judy Seicho Fleischman: Asking Yourself Important Questions Post-9/11

A Village Zendo student and member of the Buddhist Council of New York shares her post-9/11 views.

08/29/2011

The north pool waterfall is tested June 30, 2011, in New York City. (credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

WTC Waterfalls Ready Ahead Of 9/11 Memorials In NYC

As the 10th anniversary of the terror attacks on New York’s World Trade Center towers draws near, architect Michael Arad’s memorial featuring cascading waterfalls is about ready for debut during public observances.

08/10/2011

An image of the steel from the World Trade Center (credit: CBS)

Piece Of World Trade Center Makes Appearance In Denver

A piece of the World Trade Center was in Denver on Monday. The twisted piece of metal received military honors both when it arrived and when it left Buckley Air Force Base Monday morning.

08/08/2011

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