Discuss the religious practices of colonial Haiti’s slave population.
The Haiti placed religion and spirituality as the most important aspect of their life and it comprised of indigenous Haitian spirituality, enslaved African religious practices, and Catholicism. Voudou, Catholicism and Protestantism are common in the Haiti religious history. Issues of class and migration waves and generation define their religious practices. The Voudou is ritualistic since it bridges the divide between material and spiritual world. Music, drumming, dance and art were core in the Haitian Voudou practices. As they are characterized by different religious system, religion influence perception and choices on wide arrays of issues like individual view on health and is common among the women. They employ variety of therapies in treatment of family members such as spiritual comfort and folk remedies.