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PaganNewsBeagle Faithful Friday Nov 7

Today is Faithful Friday and our Pagan News Beagle focuses on English winter festivals, faith perspectives on physician-assisted suicide, and the many paths of Afro-diaspora faiths in Haiti and south Florida.

Halloween is over, but that's just the first of many Winter-season folk festivals in England. The BBC shares a panoply of fiery festivals like the “Allendale Baal Fire” in this colorful photo essay.

Brittany Maynard’s physician assisted suicide in Oregon earlier this week has prompted a firestorm of commentary over the practice. This article from IBT is unusual in that it includes a Pagan perspective (from Selena Fox) along with the views from more mainstream faiths.

A new art exhibition in ChicagoVodou: Sacred Powers of Haiti — demonstrates the beauty and depth of this often-misunderstood religion.

An exhibition titled "Sacred Symbols in Sequins: Vintage Haitian Vodou Flags" recently opened at the Scranton, Pennsylvania museum, bringing together a collection of wildly colorful Haitian flags, most of which date back 50 or 60 years.

Coming “out of the shadows,” an organization of priests from the Afro-Cuban Lukumí faith — known popularly as Santería — has officially joined forces with the religion’s most prominent Miami church.



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