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PaganNewsBeagle Faithful Friday Nov 14

Howdy, PaganNewsBeagle fans! Today we have stories on the many vibrant faiths of our world. Pagan/Christian interaction; a Bahai holiday; minority faiths -- second generation; interfaith movement in America; most popular saints in Argentina.

Jason Mankey takes on an evergreen (and controversial) topic -- how Pagan and Christian faiths interact with each other -- in this blog post from Patheos Pagan.

This week was the celebration of the birthday of Baha’u’llah, Iranian founder of the Baha'i faith. Don't know much about this widespread (but little-understood) religion? Check out this article at HuffPoReligion.

American-born second-generation immigrants often are members of minority (in America) religions. This post, written by the Dean of Religious Life at USC, describes the many faces of this growing group of young people.

Often overlooked next to stories of inter-religious strife, the century-old peaceful interfaith movement in America that started with the 1893 World Fair continues to grow. Find out more here.

The most popular folk saints in Argentina (home of the populist Pope Francis) aren't traditional: one of them is a long-haired, mustachioed gaucho thief. 

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