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    • The prison that dared to pray: Angola used faith, family to stem violence
      Angola was once known as the bloodiest state prison in the nation ... Today, a different atmosphere permeates the prison, which boasts a working farm, a museum chronicling its history, an accredited seminary and even an annual rodeo competition. Staff and prisoners alike credit an emphasis on faith, family and redemption through hard work that a white-haired, burly man named Burl Cain brought to Angola when he arrived as warden in 1995.
    • Religious leaders want to stop churches proliferation
      Representatives of the country’s several religious denominations Wednesday, here, appealed for the creation of mechanisms to control proliferation of churches and regulate their activity in Angola (Angola Press)

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