Five Years Of Faith, Leaders Look Ahead
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Friday, May 4, 2012 at 6:14 PM
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Tell Me More has regularly reached out to people of faith to hear how religion and spirituality affects our everyday lives. As host Michel Martin wraps up celebrations for the program's 5th anniversary, faith leaders of different traditions, backgrounds and generations offer their blessings for the next five years.

Tell Me More has reached out to people of faith, nearly every Friday, to hear how religion and spirituality affects our everyday lives. These guests have come from all different traditions, backgrounds, and generations, including those who reject organized religion.

For a special 5th anniversary installment of "Faith Matters," host Michel Martin invites faith leaders to reflect on the last five years, and offer their blessings for the next five years.

[Copyright 2012 National Public Radio]



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