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Religion / Santaria #156781

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 01, 1995
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) The not-so-well-known religion of Santaria, which claims African, Caribbean and Catholic traditions, examined; scenes shown of ceremonial spells and practices being performed in the US. [Santaria store owner Maggie VELASQUEZ - shows off her wares.] [Three Latino PEOPLE, Reverend Brian JORDAN - offer warnings about the dangers of Santaria.] The controversy over the religion's practice of animal sacrifice noted. [Santaria priest Tony TORRES - explains meeting people's needs.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Simpson, Carole

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