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Common Threads
 

Common Threads was created 10 years ago as a coproduction of WGVU Radio & The Interfaith Dialogue Association (www.interfaithdialogueassociation.org). The mission of the show is to provide intelligent conversations with clerics, authors, journalists  & lay members of the various world religions on topics that we hope interest the thinking public.

Common Threads is hosted by Fred Stella, President of The Interfaith Dialogue Association. Fred comes to this program with over 3 decades of broadcast experience & a lifetime of study in Religion & Spirituality.

Listen to Common Threads Sundays at 7 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
on WGVU-FM 88.5 and 95.3


Coming up On Common Threads


Recent Common Threads Segments...
Rukhsana Hasib (Part 2)   Aug-16-15  
Rukhsana Hasib returns for part two of our conversation. She joins us to talk about Pakistan's occupation of Bangladesh in 1971. Rukhsana is the author of Shadows in the Sun, Shackles of Time, and Redemption of Red.
Rukhsana Hasib   Aug-09-15  
Our guest is Rukhsana Hasib. Rukhsana joins us to talk about Pakistan's occupation of Bangladesh in 1971. Rukhsana is the author of 'Shadows in the Sun,' 'Shackles of Time,' and 'Redemption of Red.'
Patrick Collins (Part Two)   Aug-02-15  
Father Patrick Collins joins us for part two of this conversation on Pope Francis.
Fr. Patrick Collins on Pope Francis   Jul-26-15  
Father Patrick Collins returns to Common Threads for a conversation on Pope Francis.
Interfaith Engagement in West Michigan (Part 2)   Jul-19-15  
We welcome back Joseph DeMott for part two of our conversation on the book he helped create called, 'Interfaith Engagement in West Michigan' published by the Aspen Institute.
Interfaith Engagement in West Michigan   Jul-12-15  
Joseph DeMott joins us to talk about the book he helped create called, 'Interfaith Engagement in West Michigan' published by the Aspen Institute.
 
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