Chloe Espinosa, a student at a Catholic school in Santa Fe, NM, explores the issue of gay rights in the context of religion. She interviews a local pastor and her aunt, who is gay. With humor and conviction, Chloe looks at how you can be both a supporter of gay rights and maintain your religious beliefs.
Adriana Torres, a recent graduate of Monte Del Sol, and Max Kalyani of the Academy of Technology and the Classics (ATC), host this wonderfully inquisitive, funny and partially controversial show on Religion, Belief and Spirituality. Rites of Passage, New Ageism, Morality, and Science are not spared in this educational journey! Enjoy these youth voices from Santa Fe discuss and share their stories about Religion!
As I walk the streets of downtown Melbourne, Australia, I ask myself what is it exactly that I am looking for at the Parliment of World Religions? I don’t know, at least not yet. I realize that I don’t know what the hell I am supposed to do. I didn’t know how much this conference would overwhelm me. I just find myself lost, confused in this tossed salad of religions (the jetlag doesn’t help the case either).
Yazan Deek, from the West Bank village Kafar Al-Deek, describes his childhood as a realization that his people were under attack, and the violent images he saw on television were not imaginary. Coming to an international school in the United States, he realizes that his fearful existence was not right or normal.