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Death toll from Kenyan cult could rise with 213 missing: aid groups
The death toll at a ranch in coastal Kenya, owned by a pastor accused of leading a religious cult and ordering his followers to starve themselves, has reached 90.
Spain marks end of Easter with Christian Pop Festival
Only four out of ten young people claim to be religious in Spain. With the first edition of the Resurrection Festival, organisers hope to revive people's faith through joy and song.
Orthodox Christians take part in the "Holy Fire" ritual in Jerusalem
Orthodox Christians gathered at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem on Saturday to celebrate the ancient ritual of the Holy Fire.
Watch: Rio's favela residents reenact Christ's Stations of the Cross
Residents of a Brazilian favela complex packed the narrow streets of the violent and drug plagued community to watch the reenactment of Jesus Christ’s Via-Crucis on Good Friday.
Good Friday tradition in the Philippines re-enacts crucifixion
The Good Friday tradition is rejected by the Catholic church but draws huge crowds of devotees and tourists to the Philippines, an Asian bastion of Christianity.
Culture Re-View: A look back at this day in history
Did you know that Jackie Chan's birthday is on the day historians believe Jesus was crucified?
Why the Anglican Church blessing same-sex marriages is "incoherent"
"That's the language of an abuser." Reverend Andrew Foreshew-Cain, the first Anglican vicar to have a gay marriage tells Euronews Culture why the upcoming decision by the church to bless same-sex marriages is "incoherent".
Pope and Archbishop's pro-LGBTQ+ comments ring hollow in South Sudan
As Church of England and Catholic Church leaders arrive in South Sudan, there are questions about their positions regarding LGBTQ+ equality within their respective religions.
WATCH: Bulgarian folk dancers step out for masked festival
A masked festival has been held in Bulgaria to mark the end of winter. People gathered in vibrant costumes to ward off evil at the Surva festival.
Lutheran church ordains first Palestinian woman
According to the Middle East Council of Churches, Sally Azar is one of just five women ordained in the Middle East, she joins one in Syria and three in Lebanon.
Watch: Ukrainians plunge into icy waters to mark Epiphany amid war
Residents all over Ukraine are braving so much more than the January cold to plunge into an icy pool to mark Epiphany.
Why do some Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas in January?
The difference is due to how Catholic and Orthodox Christians use different calendars to mark the holy day.
The UK is losing Christians and gaining far-right conspiracy theories
Census results show Christianity is no longer a majority religion for the first time in England and Wales. But the results shouldn't be confused with conspiracy theories of white replacement.
This German Passion Play has been performed every decade since 1634
Euronews Culture speaks to Frederik Mayet who plays Jesus in the once in a decade performances of the Oberammergau Passion Play.
Hundreds of Russian history enthusiasts re-enacting the Battle of the Ice.
Hundreds of Russian history enthusiasts re-enacting the Battle of the Ice, in Samolva, Russia.
Pope prays for healing after 'terrible effects of colonisation'
Pope Francis prayed for healing from what he called the "terrible effects of colonisation" as he led a pilgrimage to Lac St. Anne on Tuesday in Canada.
Curse-fearing thief returns 2000-year-old sacred relic
A Dutch art sleuth has tracked down one of the most sacred artefacts of the Catholic Church.
In pictures: Spain celebrates San Juan to welcome the summer
From fire jumping to beach parties, this festival is fun for every Spanish summer reveller.
Local branch of UK's biggest church is first to pledge climate action
From now on, those who undertake confirmation or baptism ceremonies at the large Church of England diocese will also have to commit to climate action.
Israel uncovers rare early mosque in Negev
Workers from Israel's Antiquities Authority excavate a rare ancient mosque in the Bedouin town of Rahat, in the country's southern Negev desert, that officials say sheds light on the region's transition from Christianity to Islam.