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On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

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Groundbreaking Peabody Award-winning conversation about the big questions of meaning — spiritual inquiry, science, social healing, and the arts. Each week a new discovery about the immensity of our lives. Hosted by Krista Tippett, new every Thursday.

Latest Episodes

George Coyne and Guy Consolmagno — Asteroids, Stars, and the Love of God

The wise and beloved Vatican astronomer Father George Coyne died last week. Like most of the Vatican astronomers across history, he was a Jesuit. More than 30 objects on the moon are named after the Jesuits who mapped it, and ten Jesuits in history have had asteroids named after them. Father Coyne was one of the few with this distinction, alongside his friend and fellow Vatican astronomer Brother Guy Consolmagno. In a conversation filled with laughter, we experience a spacious way to approach life, faith, and the universe.

52 MIN6 d ago
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George Coyne and Guy Consolmagno — Asteroids, Stars, and the Love of God

[Unedited] George Coyne and Guy Consolmagno with Krista Tippett

The wise and beloved Vatican astronomer Father George Coyne died last week. Like most of the Vatican astronomers across history, he was a Jesuit. More than 30 objects on the moon are named after the Jesuits who mapped it, and ten Jesuits in history have had asteroids named after them. Father Coyne was one of the few with this distinction, alongside his friend and fellow Vatican astronomer Brother Guy Consolmagno. In a conversation filled with laughter, we experience a spacious way to approach life, faith, and the universe.

87 MIN6 d ago
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[Unedited] George Coyne and Guy Consolmagno with Krista Tippett

Sandra Cisneros — A House of Her Own

The House on Mango Street by Mexican American writer Sandra Cisneros has been taught in high schools across the U.S. for decades. A poetic writer of many genres, she’s received a MacArthur “genius grant,” a National Medal of Arts, and many other accolades. Cisneros grew up in an immigrant household where it was assumed she would marry as her primary destiny. In this warm and lively conversation with a room full of Latinx teens, she gives voice to the choice to be single — and, single or not, to know solitude as sacred.

52 MIN1 w ago
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Sandra Cisneros — A House of Her Own

[Unedited] Sandra Cisneros with Krista Tippett

The House on Mango Street by Mexican American writer Sandra Cisneros has been taught in high schools across the U.S. for decades. A poetic writer of many genres, she’s received a MacArthur “genius grant,” a National Medal of Arts, and many other accolades. Cisneros grew up in an immigrant household where it was assumed she would marry as her primary destiny. In this warm and lively conversation with a room full of Latinx teens, she gives voice to the choice to be single — and, single or not, to know solitude as sacred.

99 MIN1 w ago
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[Unedited] Sandra Cisneros with Krista Tippett

Ezra Klein — How We Walked Into This and How We Can Walk Out

Journalist Ezra Klein has been widely interviewed about his new book, Why We're Polarized. In this conversation, he's frank and reflective about what's at stake in human terms in this political moment. And he describes how we all — Democrat and Republican, journalist and citizen alike — walked into this as a way to trace our steps out of it.

52 MIN2 w ago
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Ezra Klein — How We Walked Into This and How We Can Walk Out

[Unedited] Ezra Klein with Krista Tippett

Journalist Ezra Klein has been widely interviewed about his new book, Why We're Polarized. In this conversation, he's frank and reflective about what's at stake in human terms in this political moment. And he describes how we all — Democrat and Republican, journalist and citizen alike — walked into this as a way to trace our steps out of it.

120 MIN2 w ago
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[Unedited] Ezra Klein with Krista Tippett

Pádraig Ó Tuama and Marilyn Nelson — A New Imagination of Prayer

Pádraig Ó Tuama and Marilyn Nelson are beloved teachers to many; to bring them together was a delight and a balm. Nelson is a poet and professor and contemplative, an excavator of stories that would rather stay hidden yet lead us into new life. Ó Tuama is a poet, theologian, conflict mediator, and the host of our new podcast, Poetry Unbound. Together, they venture unexpectedly into the hospitable — and intriguingly universal — form of poetry that is prayer. Editor’s note: This episode includes a preview from our new season of Poetry Unbound featuring a poem by Joy Harjo.

51 MIN3 w ago
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Pádraig Ó Tuama and Marilyn Nelson — A New Imagination of Prayer

Introducing ‘Poetry Unbound’

We’re excited to share the first episode of our new podcast, Poetry Unbound. It’s your new ritual: Immerse yourself in a single poem, guided by Pádraig Ó Tuama. Short and unhurried; contemplative and energizing. Anchor your week by listening to the everyday poetry of your life, with new episodes on Monday and Friday during the season. This episode features Brad Aaron Modlin’s poem, “What You Missed That Day You Were Absent from Fourth Grade.” For more, subscribe to Poetry Unbound on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you listen.

8 MIN3 w ago
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Introducing ‘Poetry Unbound’

[Unedited] Pádraig Ó Tuama and Marilyn Nelson with Krista Tippett

Pádraig Ó Tuama and Marilyn Nelson are beloved teachers to many; to bring them together was a delight and a balm. Nelson is a poet and professor and contemplative, an excavator of stories that would rather stay hidden yet lead us into new life. Ó Tuama is a poet, theologian, conflict mediator, and the host of our new podcast, Poetry Unbound. Together, they venture unexpectedly into the hospitable — and intriguingly universal — form of poetry that is prayer.

83 MIN3 w ago
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[Unedited] Pádraig Ó Tuama and Marilyn Nelson with Krista Tippett

Alison Gopnik — The Evolutionary Power of Children and Teenagers

Alison Gopnik understands babies and children as the R&D division of humanity. From her cognitive science lab at the University of California, -Berkeley, she investigates the “evolutionary paradox” of the long human childhood. When she first trained in philosophy and developmental psychology, the minds of children were treated as blank slates. But her research is helping us see how even the most mundane facts of a toddler or a teenager — from fantasy play to rebelliousness — tell us what it means to be human.

51 MINJAN 24
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Alison Gopnik — The Evolutionary Power of Children and Teenagers

Latest Episodes

George Coyne and Guy Consolmagno — Asteroids, Stars, and the Love of God

The wise and beloved Vatican astronomer Father George Coyne died last week. Like most of the Vatican astronomers across history, he was a Jesuit. More than 30 objects on the moon are named after the Jesuits who mapped it, and ten Jesuits in history have had asteroids named after them. Father Coyne was one of the few with this distinction, alongside his friend and fellow Vatican astronomer Brother Guy Consolmagno. In a conversation filled with laughter, we experience a spacious way to approach life, faith, and the universe.

52 MIN6 d ago
Comments
George Coyne and Guy Consolmagno — Asteroids, Stars, and the Love of God

[Unedited] George Coyne and Guy Consolmagno with Krista Tippett

The wise and beloved Vatican astronomer Father George Coyne died last week. Like most of the Vatican astronomers across history, he was a Jesuit. More than 30 objects on the moon are named after the Jesuits who mapped it, and ten Jesuits in history have had asteroids named after them. Father Coyne was one of the few with this distinction, alongside his friend and fellow Vatican astronomer Brother Guy Consolmagno. In a conversation filled with laughter, we experience a spacious way to approach life, faith, and the universe.

87 MIN6 d ago
Comments
[Unedited] George Coyne and Guy Consolmagno with Krista Tippett

Sandra Cisneros — A House of Her Own

The House on Mango Street by Mexican American writer Sandra Cisneros has been taught in high schools across the U.S. for decades. A poetic writer of many genres, she’s received a MacArthur “genius grant,” a National Medal of Arts, and many other accolades. Cisneros grew up in an immigrant household where it was assumed she would marry as her primary destiny. In this warm and lively conversation with a room full of Latinx teens, she gives voice to the choice to be single — and, single or not, to know solitude as sacred.

52 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Sandra Cisneros — A House of Her Own

[Unedited] Sandra Cisneros with Krista Tippett

The House on Mango Street by Mexican American writer Sandra Cisneros has been taught in high schools across the U.S. for decades. A poetic writer of many genres, she’s received a MacArthur “genius grant,” a National Medal of Arts, and many other accolades. Cisneros grew up in an immigrant household where it was assumed she would marry as her primary destiny. In this warm and lively conversation with a room full of Latinx teens, she gives voice to the choice to be single — and, single or not, to know solitude as sacred.

99 MIN1 w ago
Comments
[Unedited] Sandra Cisneros with Krista Tippett

Ezra Klein — How We Walked Into This and How We Can Walk Out

Journalist Ezra Klein has been widely interviewed about his new book, Why We're Polarized. In this conversation, he's frank and reflective about what's at stake in human terms in this political moment. And he describes how we all — Democrat and Republican, journalist and citizen alike — walked into this as a way to trace our steps out of it.

52 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Ezra Klein — How We Walked Into This and How We Can Walk Out

[Unedited] Ezra Klein with Krista Tippett

Journalist Ezra Klein has been widely interviewed about his new book, Why We're Polarized. In this conversation, he's frank and reflective about what's at stake in human terms in this political moment. And he describes how we all — Democrat and Republican, journalist and citizen alike — walked into this as a way to trace our steps out of it.

120 MIN2 w ago
Comments
[Unedited] Ezra Klein with Krista Tippett

Pádraig Ó Tuama and Marilyn Nelson — A New Imagination of Prayer

Pádraig Ó Tuama and Marilyn Nelson are beloved teachers to many; to bring them together was a delight and a balm. Nelson is a poet and professor and contemplative, an excavator of stories that would rather stay hidden yet lead us into new life. Ó Tuama is a poet, theologian, conflict mediator, and the host of our new podcast, Poetry Unbound. Together, they venture unexpectedly into the hospitable — and intriguingly universal — form of poetry that is prayer. Editor’s note: This episode includes a preview from our new season of Poetry Unbound featuring a poem by Joy Harjo.

51 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Pádraig Ó Tuama and Marilyn Nelson — A New Imagination of Prayer

Introducing ‘Poetry Unbound’

We’re excited to share the first episode of our new podcast, Poetry Unbound. It’s your new ritual: Immerse yourself in a single poem, guided by Pádraig Ó Tuama. Short and unhurried; contemplative and energizing. Anchor your week by listening to the everyday poetry of your life, with new episodes on Monday and Friday during the season. This episode features Brad Aaron Modlin’s poem, “What You Missed That Day You Were Absent from Fourth Grade.” For more, subscribe to Poetry Unbound on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you listen.

8 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Introducing ‘Poetry Unbound’

[Unedited] Pádraig Ó Tuama and Marilyn Nelson with Krista Tippett

Pádraig Ó Tuama and Marilyn Nelson are beloved teachers to many; to bring them together was a delight and a balm. Nelson is a poet and professor and contemplative, an excavator of stories that would rather stay hidden yet lead us into new life. Ó Tuama is a poet, theologian, conflict mediator, and the host of our new podcast, Poetry Unbound. Together, they venture unexpectedly into the hospitable — and intriguingly universal — form of poetry that is prayer.

83 MIN3 w ago
Comments
[Unedited] Pádraig Ó Tuama and Marilyn Nelson with Krista Tippett

Alison Gopnik — The Evolutionary Power of Children and Teenagers

Alison Gopnik understands babies and children as the R&D division of humanity. From her cognitive science lab at the University of California, -Berkeley, she investigates the “evolutionary paradox” of the long human childhood. When she first trained in philosophy and developmental psychology, the minds of children were treated as blank slates. But her research is helping us see how even the most mundane facts of a toddler or a teenager — from fantasy play to rebelliousness — tell us what it means to be human.

51 MINJAN 24
Comments
Alison Gopnik — The Evolutionary Power of Children and Teenagers
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