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Organizations relating to Rituals

Friends of the European Peace Pilgrimage
Inter-African Committee Against Excision / Est. 1984
Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual / Est. 1983
Universal Church of New Alliance, Traditional Catholic Rite and Orthodox Rite
Centre d'études, de recherche et d'histoire Compostellanes / Est. 1970
Thaw Partnership
Oblates de Sainte-Thérèse de l'Enfant-Jésus / Est. 1924
Peregrinatio ad Petri Sedem / Est. 1934
Grand Rite Malgache
Pilgrims Fellowship / Est. 1944
Faith and Light International / Est. 1971
Friars of the Sack / Est. 1257
Comité international des chemins de Saint Jacques de Compostelle
Confraternity of the Rosary for Sick and Handicapped Pilgrims to Lourdes / Est. 1982
Congregation of the Marian Clerics of the Immaculate Conception of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary / Est. 1673
General Episcopal Synod of the Liberal Catholic Church / Est. 1916
International Ritualistic Cast Association
Ancient and Primitive Rite of Memphis-Misraïm / Est. 1881
Internationale du sacrifice, association universelle des blessés de guerre
International Action Against Female Circumcision / Est. 1996
World Apostolate of Fatima / Est. 1947
Women's Action Group on Excision and Infibulation / Est. 1981
Coopération européenne des sites majeurs d'accueil
End FGM European Network / Est. 2014
Pilgrim Africa

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World Problems relating to Rituals

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Voluntary physical suffering
Loss of cultural heritage
Ritual pollution
Dependence on taking pilgrimage
Male domination
Female genital mutilation
Involuntary ritual hazings
Abuse of traditional cultural expressions of peoples
Sacrifice of present generations for the future
Satanic rituals
Self-destructive rituals
Obsolescence of rituals and customs
Exclusion from holy rites
Occult rites
Sacrifice of political ideals

Action Strategies relating to Rituals

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Reminding of importance of common rites
Ritualizing community self understanding
Requiring dramatization of religious rites
Creating unemployment models
Sacrificing political power
Sacrificing political ideals
Forming secret societies
Faith healing
Rehearsing common rites
Originating rites of passage
Reclaiming rites of passage
Reviving cultural rituals
Prophesying malediction
Sacrificing present generations for the future
Ritualizing covenantal relationships
Practicing ritual procedures
Sacrificing countries
Condemning ritual killings
Rehearsing stories
Restructuring rites of passage
Atoning for sin
Providing ritual symbols
Experiencing religious symbolism through rites
Using rites and symbols
Demanding concrete symbols of belief

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