Audrey Brown explores the life of Benedict Daswa, stoned to death in 1990, who is set to become southern Africa’s first saint.
Benedict Daswa - South Africa's Miracle homepage
Samira Ahmed meets the next generation of Britain’s imams, asking if they are equipped to deal with their communities' needs.
Young, British and Imam in Training homepage
Breaking the Mould homepage
Bob Walker walks the Caminho da Fe, one of the world's newest pilgrimage routes.
Faith in the hi-tec Silicon Valley.
.Buddhism and the changing nature of Pacifism in Japan
Buddhism, Shinto and 'Proactive Pacifism' homepage
The 'angel' helping the poor of Cairo’s garbage city
.The revivalist churches of the DR Congo
Congo’s Jerusalem homepage
The religious fallout from the anticipated legalisation of same-sex marriage in the US
Why has a militant, violent strain of Buddhism emerged in Sri Lanka in recent years?
Exploring the attitudes to abortion in Indonesia
Romero a saint for the whole world
China and its relationship with the Uighur Muslims of Kazakhstan
The Parsi of India and their aim to protect their faith, the purity of blood and identity
A report on The Sunday Assembly, a “church” for people who do not believe in God
Lulik and its links to the sacred past in East Timor
The Seventh-day Adventist community of Lorna Linda that are living up to 10 years longer.
The mix of faith and food in Jewish Paris
The Sagrada Familia and whether Gaudi should be made a saint
Can therapies based on these ancient techniques help modern afflictions?
The ancient belief of Jainism, shaped by the concept of non-violence which dictates diet
Is there room for Islam in the wider Dutch society?
Greece and its ancient bond with the church
Matt Wells explores the central role of faith leaders in America's new protest movement.
Hardeep Singh Kohli explores the relationship between food and the major faiths
Can a marriage survive outside faith?
The Prince of Wales speaks about the persecution of Christians
The Yazidis driven from their spiritual home
Will Archbishop Romero be made an official saint?