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September 17, 2015
Aramis Amaro arranges figurines for sale of Saint Lazarus, who represents the deity Babalu-Aye in the...
Rincon, Cuba
Aramis Amaro arranges figurines for sale of Saint Lazarus, who represents the deity Babalu-Aye in the...
Aramis Amaro arranges figurines for sale of Saint Lazarus, who represents the deity Babalu-Aye in the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria, outside his house in Rincon in the outskirts of Havana, September 17, 2015. Pope Francis is due for a three-night visit starting on Saturday as Catholicism is flourishing again in the former Spanish colony. As the church is gradually expanding its role and influence it still faces numerous challenges, notably low attendance, a lack of interest among youth and competition from Afro-Cuban religions that accept widely varying degrees of Catholic dogma. REUTERS/Stringer
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