Despite condemnation from the Catholic Church and the Mexican government, two million people gather on the first of every month to pray to Santa Muerte - translated as the Saint of Death. Lorne Matalon reports on this growing cult from Mexico City.
The World's religion editor Jane Little speaks with John Micklethwait of the Economist magazine. He's the co-author with Adrian Wooldridge of a new book called "God is Back." It describes a global revival of faith.
Gay rights activists in India are heralding a new court ruling that overturns a colonial-era ban on gay sex. Indian gay rights advocate Vinay Chandran tells host Lisa Mullins that India's long history of acceptance of gays has been suppressed.
We're searching for a 900-mile-long river system that runs through western Africa. The answer is The Volta River. It's featured in a new detective novel, ?Wife of the Gods.? Anchor Laura Lynch speaks with the author, Kwei Quartey, who grew up in Ghana.