Spirituality Series Kicks Off With 'Sacred Conversations On Race'

Mar 23, 2016

A painting inside St. Cabrini Catholic Church in Springfield
Credit Rachel Otwell/WUIS

Spirituality is a topic not often discussed on the radio, or in the mainstream media as a whole. Yet it's something that's a major part of many people's lives. Even those who are agnostic or atheist may be interested in hearing about various religions - the ways they differ, and also what they have in common. Some may choose to buck religion, but still want to hold onto some aspects of spirituality.

This is something I think about more and more, the older I get. And so I hope to be starting on a path that will bring you more on the topic. As an arts and culture reporter - I see it as something I can branch out into, in new and exciting ways. I want to learn new things about topics I have yet to know exist - and bring them to you. For now, you can listen to the first segment we have to offer, dealing with 'Sacred Conversations on Race':

You can listen to a recording made from all the speakers as well as musicians that night, the opening session of 'Sacred Conversations on Race', below:

If you have something you want to hear about during our Spirituality segments, let me know! Email me at rotwe2@uis.edu.