IT IS the Day of the Dead in Malinalco, a small Mexican town. In its grand 16th century church a sprinkling of worshippers gathers to hear Mass. The cemetery across the main road is thronged with families bringing flowers and other offerings to leave at the graves of their departed relatives in a Christianised tradition whose origins date back beyond the Spanish conquest. This scene on November 2nd had a timeless quality, yet it is in some ways deceptive. For Latin America is undergoing significant religious change.
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