The editor of The Harvard Ichthus explained that the piece was not the official stance of the publication but rather the words of one particular author, which were easily misinterpreted.
Harvard philosophy professor Sean Kelly discusses the purpose of the Bible during the Veritas Forum on Sunday night in Memorial Church.
Archbishop of Boston Seán Patrick O’Malley joined members of the Catholic community for a celebration of All Saint’s Day on Friday at St. Paul Catholic Church in Harvard Square.
Two chaplains discussed the intersection between faith and relationships with audience members during a panel entitled “Love, Sex, and Faith” on Tuesday night.
Members of Harvard Hillel and the Harvard Islamic Society gathered Tuesday evening for dinner at Hillel. The annual dinner, in its ninth year, brings together both communities on the Jewish holiday of Sukkat Salaam.
The annual dinner tradition—started nine years ago and sponsored by Harvard Hillel and the Harvard Islamic Society—is part of an ongoing effort to encourage dialogue between the two communities.
Students talk to representatives and sign up for various clubs on campus on display at the Activities Fair. It was held at the Student Organization Center at Hilles last Friday afternoon.
Students talk to representatives from various clubs on campus on display at the Activities Fair. It was held at the Student Organization Center at Hilles last Friday afternoon.
As members of the Harvard community prepare to celebrate the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah—which begins at sunset Wednesday and restricts all work, including writing—students and professors are working to accommodate those observing the holiday.
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There are often crowds on the Widener steps on sunny Friday afternoons, but this month, they won’t just be clusters ...
Christian author Jim Wallis and Memorial Church Minister Jonathan L. Walton argued that the public should harness the power of religion to pursue the “common good” in politics on Monday in an event hosted by the Harvard Kennedy School’s Center for Public Leadership.
In celebration of its annual Islamic Awareness Month, the Harvard Islamic Society kicked off a series of events this week in order to bring attention to Islamic issues and the Muslim community at Harvard.
In the hours after telltale white smoke billowing from a smokestack atop the Sistine Chapel heralded the selection of a new pope, Harvard professors and a clergyman voiced hope Wednesday that the election of the Roman Catholic Church’s first ever pontiff from the Americas would spell an era of renewal for the Church.