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Social distancing and faith
Saudi Arabia’s international travel ban and the rise of local COVID-19 cases have local Muslim families thinking about the pilgrimage and celebrating Eid al-Adha like never before.
A collective of artists has decided to "develop the First World" for a change.
At Centro Islámico in southwest Houston, don't be surprised to hear both as-salamu alaykum and buenos días.
Houston's Houses of Worship
Breaking down the city's Baptists and Buddhists, infographic-style.
Houston’s Houses of Worship
From cathedrals to mandirs, the doors are always open at these nine spiritual spaces.
Breaking the Fast
The annual month of fasting also brings with it a month of feasts.
First created by Muslims in Central Asia, the violin—now banned in Saudi Arabia—serves as a symbol of tolerance in Ibrahim Quraishi’s new work “Islamic Violins.”
Religious studies scholar who penned bestselling book about the historical Jesus calls out Joel Osteen ahead of his visit to Houston.