Five things to do when an anti-Muslim rally comes to town.
Earlier this week, I published my first piece for Huffington Post Religion. I'm grateful it's received wide circulation: 4.5 thousand 'likes' on Facebook and over 200 shares. Here's the link to the piece on HuffPost's website. It is reproduced below. Why We Need the Islamic Call to Prayer at American Universities The average college student spends eight … Continue reading Why American Colleges Need The Islamic Call to Prayer
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October 15, 2014 Today is the feast day of St. Teresa of Avila, the saint whose name I took at my confirmation. Teresa is a looming figure in Catholic history. A reformer, writer, and mystic, she was one of the first women to be named a Doctor of the Church, an honor which acknowledges the … Continue reading The Way of Perfection
The walls of the priest’s office were lined with black-and-white photographs of his father donning a checkered Jordanian kufiyyeh and his little sister wearing her white First Communion dress. Newer pictures of Jordan’s king, Abdullah II, Roman Catholic bishops of Jordan, and Pope John Paul II, flanked the family shots. But the most striking images … Continue reading Diet Advice from the Caliph