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Title: Eboo Patel Speaks at 30 Good Minutes in Chicago
Date: May 19, 2011Eboo Patel is a member of Odyssey Networks.
30 Good Minutes of Chicago, Illinios is a widely broadcast weekly TV program produced by my collogue, Robert Black. 30 Good Minutes is a partner of Odyssey Networks.
Our mission is to foster compassion, reconciliation and peace by communicating stories and ideas from many faith traditions.
We know it's an unusual name. It dates to 1908, when our founders were looking for something to call the weekly ecumenical service they sponsored in Chicago's Orchestra Hall. It was in Chicago, it was on a Sunday Evening and they didn't want it to sound "churchy," so they called it a Club. But there were no memberships or dues. Everyone was included—all you had to do was show up!
Today, the Chicago Sunday Evening Club produces 30 Good Minutes, a television broadcast and web site that features some of the leading voices in religion, as well as the stories of everyday people whose lives reflect the rich tapestry of religious life in America.
30 Good Minutes is an award-winning weekly broadcast on WTTW Channel 11 (PBS Chicago) and in syndication in other U.S. cities. It features many of America’s great religious thinkers, selected from a broad range of denominations and faith traditions. The program explores topics of faith through short meditations, documentaries, interviews and commentaries.
Our award-winning web site has an extensive Database of searchable messages on dozens of topics – including many on video and MP3 files – featuring the great speakers from our 30 Good Minutes broadcasts. Our Topic Pages and Short Video library feature brief documentaries about the spiritual journeys of people from all walks of life and short reflections by writers, pastors and others.