Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
Haiti Aftermath: Kim Lawton reports on the continuing aftermath of last week's devastating Haitian earthquake and religious and humanitarian aid efforts.
Hinduism in Modern India: India's fast growing economy is changing the lives of more and more middle class families and the ways they practice their traditional Hindu faith. Fred de Sam Lazaro visited one family in New Delhi to get a sense of how influences of the modern world play out in one of the world's oldest societies. [26 minutes]
This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.
Members of St. Patrick's Episcopal Church share their thoughts about Haiti. 07:10
Managing editor Kim Lawton reports on the work of faith-based groups helping Haiti. 10:24
Will traditional Hindu values and practices stay relevant as India modernizes? 08:34
Full Program: Haiti Aftermath; Hinduism and Modern India 25:31
Full Program: What’s likely to make headlines in the New Year? 25:47
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