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The mysterious and secretive Voodoo services of western Africa are evolving practices that resemble a more classical church service or Mass in Christianity.
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The Media Project's latest African conference challenged journalists not to overlook religious factors in their work.
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Defying a call by the Philippine Catholic hierarchy to refrain from self flagellation and bloody crucifixion, at least 16 devotees were nailed to crosses on Good Friday.
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Being a journalist is not 'just like any other job'. Choosing it depends on our gifts and passions, because for most journalists, this life is more like a calling or lifestyle than an occupation.
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Why is it important for spiritual leaders to be African or Global Southern? It is because of the reality of Christianity today, which is no longer a "white man's religion".
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Local leaders of a large ethnic community in Cameroon say that women who die during childbirth are witches who don’t deserve proper burials.
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Newly elected Pope Francis is not a man known for his comfort with media and information technology. His strengths are more evident in personal encounters.
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For 100,000 Kachin Christians in refugee camps in Laiza, on the China-Burma border, an escalating civil war means the prevailing mood of this holiday season is one of fear.
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El flamante papa Francisco es un hombre que no se caracteriza por un manejo fluido con los medios de comunicación y las nuevas tecnologías de la información.
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A wave of Buddhist monk-led protests rolled across Burma in December decrying government brutality in defense of a major copper-mining project.
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