Evangelism in a Catholic Town

Perpignan, which is located in the southernmost region of France near the border of Spain, is a Catholic town. But Evangelical churches hold a strong presence in the city.

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Arcade Fire: Photo of the Day

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The Sixth Sense: Understanding

In a peculiar twist of fate, Église Évangélique de Perpignan, a church where je ne comprend pas anything that is spoken, has become my new home church.

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Canet-en-Roussillion: Sights and Sounds Video

The Sights and Sounds videos document visual and audio impressions of greater Perpignan.

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Paris Swings: Photo of the Day

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My Miraculous Mirage

As I meandered across the eerily green river, I noticed the French word for "Evangelical" on the wall of a building.

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Crossing Cultures

Could it be that, in the comparisons between European countries and American states, only one of these cultures has the right answer regarding the most favorable way of life?

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About Christina Cocca

Christina is a journalism student at California State University, Northridge, in Los Angeles. She is a consecutive Dean's List student. She was a co-editor of "5 Ways to Save the Planet," a book published by former professor Greg Schwartz. She plans to attend graduate school in Journalism. She grew up in Texas and Florida.

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About the Program

Fifteen college students came from North America to Perpignan, France, in June 2011 to produce these videos and stories. To find out more, read a welcome letter from program director Rachele Kanigel, meet the program faculty and explore the 2010 website.