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Argentina's 'rocker priest' spreads the word

Priest's group "Father Cesar and the Sinners" uses music to preach peace, love and the word of God.

Last updated: 19 Apr 2014 08:13
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Christians around the world are marking Easter with traditional services and processions. But a priest in Argentina has put a unique spin on celebrating his faith for the Holy Week.

Father Cesar, the leader of the rock group Father Cesar and the Sinners, uses music to preach peace, love and the word of God. 

Whether he is rehearsing with his band, or hosting his nightly radio programme, this 50-year-old Catholic priest has become the modern face of an old church,

Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Buenos Aires.

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