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  • Miami Santería faiths join forces

    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. In a ceremony, Kola Ifa of Miami signed an agreement with the Church of the Lukumí Babalú Ayé

Miami Santería faiths join forces

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. In a ceremony, Kola Ifa of Miami signed an agreement with the Church of the Lukumí Babalú Ayé
José A. Iglesias Miami Herald