Auburn News

Auburn's activities and staff are featured frequently in the news through reporting on our programs as well as through our blogs in the Washington Post, Huffington Post and Religion Dispatches. Look here for recent articles about our work and our perspectives on religion and public life.

By Auburn
April 30, 2015
Join us for one of these exciting upcoming events! Topics range from millennial leadership in the multifaith movement for justice to the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
By Auburn
April 22, 2015
Auburn and nearly 600 supporters from across America celebrated the courage, love and commitment of the 2015 Lives of Commitment Honorees. Thank you!
By Auburn
April 9, 2015
Celebrating leaders of faith and moral courage who trouble the waters and heal the world at Auburn's 19th annual Lives of Commitment Awards!
By Auburn
April 3, 2015
"I am inspired each day by the spirit of love and deep commitment in the multifaith movement for justice" — Rev. Dr. Katharine Rhodes Henderson
By Auburn
March 31, 2015
"This morning I was honored to join leaders of faith and moral courage on The Today Show for their week-long series on God, spirituality, and religion!" — Rev. Dr. Katharine Rhodes Henderson
By Auburn
March 24, 2015
Join us on Wednesday April 22, 2015 for the 19th Annual Lives of Commitment Awards Benefit Breakfast in New York City!
By Auburn
March 12, 2015
"In the wake of last weekend's 50th anniversary of the history-changing Selma March and as we mark Black and Women's History Months, I am thrilled to share with you our work with leaders who are changing history today."
By Auburn
February 5, 2015
Join us in celebrating these leaders of faith and moral courage who are framing the issues and taking a stand for justice with love.
By Auburn
January 28, 2015
This edition of theo. notes a number of significant changes at Auburn, both in personnel and in structure of our research work.
By Auburn
January 23, 2015
For some, we were protesters with a cause; for others, we were those crazy people interrupting lunch. The former feeling is liberating; the latter is humbling.
Preaching for Peace: Auburn President Rev. Dr. Katharine Henderson

Rev. Dr. Katharine Henderson preached for multifaith understanding around the recent controversy at the NYC Park 51 Community Center near Ground Zero. To learn more about how Auburn is equipping religious leaders for multifaith dialogue click here. To watch Auburn’s Take the Bully Out of the Pulpit: How America’s Faith Leaders Can Bring Healing to the Nation click here.