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Haiti calls on voodoo priests to help battered nation heal

Rodrigue Bienaime worked on an idol at a sanctuary in Mariani, Haiti, last week. More than half Haiti’s population is believed to practice voodoo. Rodrigue Bienaime worked on an idol at a sanctuary in Mariani, Haiti, last week. More than half Haiti’s population is believed to practice voodoo. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / February 10, 2010

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To the outside world, their faith has long been shrouded in mystery, ministering as much to the dead as the living, and associated with images of animal sacrifices and human skulls. (Full article: 1115 words)

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