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Ernie Rea and guests discuss the impact of Covid-19 on different religions and their ability to help people grieve for loved ones.

The Covid-19 pandemic has had an impact on people's lives in so many ways including the way we are able to say goodbye to our loved ones. Funeral ceremonies and burial rites have had to adapt to these challenging times. But what impact has not being able to be with loved ones at their time of death or be at their funeral had on people. Have our feelings of loss intensified? What are the consequences for our ongoing sense of grief and remembrance? Ernie Rea and guests discuss the way in which religions can help people express their grief and remember those they have lost.

Producer: Amanda Hancox

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Mon 7 Dec 2020 16:30

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Six things you might not know about chanting

Six things you might not know about chanting

Here are six things we learned from Beyond Belief’s exploration of the power of chanting.

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