The Network of Spiritual Progressives got some more press recently.
What's the organization all about: "The interfaith organization is open to progressive people who are religious, spiritual but not religious or secular and understand the need for a politics of meaning and wish to support efforts to build it."*
Also in the news: While the conventional wisdom is that George W. Bush caved into the Religious Right by pulling his Supreme Court nominee, across the pond in the United Kingdom a leading figure in the Conservative Party (the Tories) told the Religious Right in the UK to go get stuffed.
*A walk on a wild aside: I've always liked the optional punctuation rule calling for a comma before the last item in a series. I had to re-read the above-quoted sentence: "spiritual but not religious or secular..." or "spiritual but not religious, or secular...?" The sentence's meaning is clear without the comma, I admit, but a comma before "or secular" would have saved me some time.