Podcast

The Religica Theolab Podcast in the Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement (CEIE) interviews cultural and religious influencers from around the world, who provide insights on leadership formation that meet societal challenges today.   

These podcasts are available on multiple platforms, including Apple iTunes logo YouTube Soundcloud soundcloud logo and more, and are listened to by individuals, in classroom settings, as educational tools in communities, and within the educational resources that are created through CEIE. 

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Faith & Order Series Podcasts

Podcast: Learning to Pause in a Busy World

October 26, 2022

As part of the Faith and Order podcast series, in collaboration with the NCC USA, CEIE’s Director Dr. Michael Reid Trice spoke with Dr. Aleksandar Santrac,…

Podcast: Cold Love and Complicated Grief in Extraordinary Times

October 18, 2022

As part of CEIE’s collaboration with the NCC USA on the Faith and Order podcast series, Rev. Dr. Loida Martell, Vice President of Academic Affairs –…

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CEIE Podcast: Democracy, Hypocrisy, and the State of Modern America with Dr. Eric Alterman

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In this podcast, CEIE Director Dr. Michael Reid Trice speaks with Dr. Eric Alterman, CUNY Distinguished Professor of English and Journalism at Brooklyn College, about…

CEIE Podcast: What We All Need to Know About Systems that Will Surprise You with Dr. Greg Magnan

April 2, 2024

CEIE Director and Spehar-Halligan Professor Dr. Michael Trice spoke with Seattle University Professor Dr. Greg Magnan about systems and the people in them.Subscribe to our…

The Faith & Order Podcast series is created in collaboration with the National Council of Churches in the USA.