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PODCAST: Keeping the faith – religious youth (and Easter cakes!)

Four young people from different religions on what their faith means to them, plus a trip to a Barcelona pastisseria

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16 April 2022 09:04 AM

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ACN | Barcelona

With Catalonia becoming ever more secular, especially among younger generations, we hear from four people bucking that trend: Nagia, a Muslim; Gagandeep, a Sikh; Dolma, a Buddhist; and Gisela, a Catholic. Press play below to listen or subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Spotify.

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Plus, never mind Easter eggs, Lluís Estrada Canal of Pastisseria Canal explains everything you need to know about mones de pasqua, Catalonia's traditional Easter cakes and chocolate figurines.

This week's Catalan phrase is 'encara que es vesteixi de seda, la mona, mona es queda'. It means 'even dressed in silk, a monkey is still a monkey'.

Lorcan Doherty is joined by Cristina Tomàs White and Gerard Escaich Folch. 

Get in touch with the podcast team: fillingthesink@acn.cat

Listen to more episodes of Filling the Sink below or find out more here.

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  • Nagia, a Muslim; Gagandeep, a Sikh; Dolma, a Buddhist; and Gisela, a Catholic (by ACN)

  • Nagia, a Muslim; Gagandeep, a Sikh; Dolma, a Buddhist; and Gisela, a Catholic (by ACN)

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