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Rabbi Rami M. Shapiro

How to Be a Holy Rascal

Rabbi Rami M. Shapiro
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Do you take spirituality into your own hands, bucking corporate religion in favor of finding your own path? Do you cross the boundary between religion and science or between religions themselves? Do you like a dose of humor with your Truth seeking? If you answered “yes,” you’re what we call a holy rascal!

In How to Be a Holy Rascal, Rabbi Rami Shapiro will engage in frank, humorous discussions with his band of holy rascals. These essential conversations will address what it means to be a spiritual human being in the modern world. We want you to join in the conversation too! Rabbi Rami and his guests will take your questions and provide you with roadside assistance as you travel your own spiritual path.

Join the conversation by tweeting, or posting on Facebook. You can also learn more about the Holy Rascals on our website

The ideas and opinions expressed on this program do not necessarily reflect the teachings of Unity. Unity respects a wide range of spiritual thoughts and beliefs, as reflected in the diverse range of subjects presented on Unity Online Radio.

Episodes

Wednesday, December 17, 2014Paving New Spiritual Trails Beverly Lanzetta, author of many books, including Nine Jewels of Night. What is triggering the new paradigm in religion? She advocates a new spiritual model that affirms oneness in life.…
Wednesday, December 10, 2014Divinely Attune Yourself to Music Yuval Ron, internationally renowned World Music artist, composer, educator, peace activist, and record producer. He shares how music can transcend conflicts and create harmony in ourselves to do good…
Wednesday, December 3, 2014What Is the Future of Spirituality? Tami Simon, founder of SoundsTrue, shares her insights and journeys of the "I," the Other for Now and the Future and how we relate to spiritual practice.
Wednesday, November 26, 2014Gospel Roots Robert Darden, gospel music curator, author of Nothing but Love in God's Water and other books, connects the roots of Civil War to civil rights music. Gospel music is work, freedom, and…
Wednesday, November 5, 2014Quakers and the Quran Michael Birkel, a professor at Earlham College and author of many books, including his newest book, Quran in Conversation. How does a Quaker write a book about the Quran? How do we discern…
Wednesday, October 29, 2014Roman Catholics and Lutherans Praying Together William Frank Smith is the author of a series of books on Catholic meaning and symbols. He is an active member of the Mission of Atonement, Roman Catholics and Lutherans praying together in creating…
Wednesday, October 22, 2014Slowing Time and Blended Families Barbara Mahany, author of Slowing Time, was a journalist at the Chicago Tribune. She was brought up Roman Catholic, married a Jewish man, and raised their children with both…
Wednesday, October 15, 2014Adventures of a Mormon Missionary Craig Harline, author of Way Below the Angels and many other books, talks about his adventures in Belgium in the 1970s. Mormonism is uniquely American, the ins and outs of mission work, and…
Wednesday, September 24, 2014Forgiveness Altars and Listening Ceremony Sobonfu Some, the foremost voice of African spirituality, teaches rituals for community building. Listen to her stories about fantastic ceremonies for listening to babies in utero, forgiveness, and…
Wednesday, September 17, 2014How Simple Can Simplicity Be? Joan Tollifson, author of Nothing to Grasp, will discuss liberation—is it an illusion? The simplicity of the Pathless Path is seeing through our stories and beliefs to the boundless of who…