Hope for the New Year December 24, 2009

Rabbi Irwin Kula speaks with Paul Stern and Jack Roberts about hope for the New Year, Tiger Woods, and religious tolerance.


From the Erik & Jack Attack! Cable Radio Network, 12/23/09

The December War on Christmas December 23, 2009

Rabbi Brad Hirschfield speaks with Mario Solis Marich about the "war on Christmas."

From the Mario Solis Marich Show, Progressive talk AM 760 (Colorado), 12/21/09

How is Religion in America Changing? December 23, 2009

Rabbi Irwin Kula speaks with Michael Ray Dresser about religion in America.

From Dresser After Dark on BblogTalkRadio, 12/22/09

Pope Pius XII and Sainthood December 22, 2009

"Can sainthood be ‘diminished?’ ... Rabbi Irwin Kula raises the question now that Pope Benedict XVI has concluded ... that wartime Pope Pius XII showed a life of such heroic virtues that he is worthy of considering for sainthood...."

From USA Today’s "Faith & Reason: A conversation about religion, faith and spirituality" by Cathy Lynn Grossman

Religions, not faith, lose ground in '09 December 22, 2009

"Any retrospective glance at a year’s worth of stories will almost always privilege the familiar over the emergent, and style over substance...[particularly religions 2009]...."

By Brad Hirschfield for the Washington Post-Newsweek’s "On Faith" Column

Circumcise Me: Talk-back with Irwin Kula at Off-Broadway Comedy December 21, 2009

Join Rabbi Irwin Kula at a post show talk–back/conversation with the star of this one man show, Circumcise Me, after the 8:00 PM show on Jan 14th. Written and performed by Yisroel Campbell, directed by Sam Gold, and playing at the Bleecker Street Theatre, New York City.

From Clal

Bid to ban Christmas in Jerusalem is wrong December 20, 2009

"A group calling itself Lobby for Jewish Values is handing out fliers in Jerusalem condemning Christmas. They are pushing for a ban on all public displays of Christmas trees and other lsquo;foolish’ Christian symbols, and asking the public to boycott restaurants and other public institutions that show such displays. I guess it’s really true — the abused grow up to become the abusers...."

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