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 Macky Alston
May 17, 2013
We brag about you. You are one of the bold and resilient leaders who is using your faith voice to create change in the world through the media. We exist to support you.
The Rev. Dr. Katharine Rhodes Henderson: Thank you for supporting multifaith leaders and the movement for justice!By Katharine R. Henderson
May 9, 2013
From all of us at Auburn, we extend a warm thank you for participating in last week’s Lives of Commitment Awards Benefit Breakfast. At Auburn, we’re committed to equipping and encouraging bold and resilient leaders who trouble the waters and heal the world.
May 3, 2013
Reverend Debra Haffner via Groundswell: If ESPN addresses religious issues, it must include leaders from the many religious traditions that affirm sexual and gender diversity as a blessing, or they must cease from commenting on such issues entirely. We strongly support open dialogue, but true dialogue cannot be one sided.
The Rev. Dr. Katharine Rhodes Henderson: Join us in honoring, and learning from, multifaith leaders for justiceBy Katharine R. Henderson
April 22, 2013
Auburn’s Lives of Commitment Awards Benefit Breakfast on May 1 is our time to learn from – and be galvanized by – true beacons of our time, who are bringing change and living the shared values of our faiths: to care for those in need, to protect human dignity and to bring strength to the vulnerable among us.
April 17, 2013
NEW YORK — The Rev. Dr. Katharine Rhodes Henderson, president of Auburn Theological Seminary, released the following statement on the bi-partisan Senate proposal to expand background checks on firearm purchases and close the “gun show loophole”: “All over the country, faith leaders picked up their phones to make certain our leaders know the only right and just action is a vote to prevent gun violence. Spurred by Auburn’s social action arm, Groundswell, more than 85,000 people of faith and faith leaders are urging their senators to prevent gun violence.
By Noah Silverman
April 16, 2013
Rabbi Justus Baird, Dean of Auburn, and alumni of F2F from Northern Ireland had the opportunity to meet and ask questions of half a dozen Northern Ireland politicians at Stormont today.
April 16, 2013
On May 1, you are invited to Auburn’s 17th Annual Lives of Commitment Awards Benefit Breakfast. Hosted by the Rev. Dr. Katharine Rhodes Henderson, President, Auburn Seminary, we will honor bold women leaders and next-generation change makers who bridge religious divides, build community, pursue justice, and heal the world.
By Katharine R. Henderson
April 17, 2013
1 Corinthians chapter 12 reminds us "that there should be no division in the body, but that its parts should have equal concern for each other. If one part suffers, every part suffers with it; if one part is honored, every part rejoices with it." Today, we are one in our suffering, horror and grief with Boston.
March 28, 2013
By Isaac Luria
March 4, 2013
With 48 hours until a critical Senate vote on guns, join Newtown clergy in demanding Senate action to prevent gun violence. The time for us to act is now.