Christianity in Bolivia
The Roman Catholic church has a dominant presence in religion in Bolivia.While a vast majority of Bolivians are Catholic Christians, a much smaller portion of the population participates actively. In ...
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Bolivia
As of January 1, 2011, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reported 172,640 members in 24 stakes and 10 districts, 253 congregations (172 wards and 81 branches), three missions, and one te...
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Evangelical Methodist Church in Bolivia
The Evangelical Methodist Church in Bolivia was founded by American Methodist missionaries in 1906. The work progressed and in 1969 it become autonomous. In 2006 it celebrated the 100th anniversary. T...
Cochabamba Bolivia Temple
66°8′51.82799″W / 17.3636790000°S 66.1477299972°W / -17.3636790000; -66.1477299972The Cochabamba Bolivia Temple is the 82nd operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of L...
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Mennonites in Bolivia
As of 2012, there were about 70,000 Mennonites living in Bolivia. They are mostly Mennonites of German and Dutch descent, who lived for more than 200 years in West Prussia and then moved to the Russia...
Quakers in Latin America
Latin America contains approximately 17.5% of the world's Quakers. Latin American Friends are concentrated in Bolivia and Central America. Most of these Friends are evangelical and are affiliated wit...
Iglesia Presbiteriana de Bolivia
The Presbyterian Church in Bolivia (or the Iglesia Presbiteriana de Bolivia the IPB in Spanish) is a confessional Presbyterian denomination in Bolivia, that was founded by Brazilian and American miss...
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Ita Ford
Sister Ita Ford, M.M. (April 23, 1940 – December 2, 1980) was an American Roman Catholic Maryknoll Sister who served as a missionary in Bolivia, Chile and El Salvador. She worked with the poor and war...
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Alonzo de Barcena
Alonzo de Barcena (also called de Barzana) was a Spanish Jesuit missionary and linguist.
He was of native of Baeza in Andalusia, southern Spain, born in 1528; died at Cuzco, Peru on 15 January 159...
Nicolás Armentia Ugarte
Nicolás Armentia Ugarte (b. at Bemedo, Diocese of Vitoria, Spain, 5 December 1845; died 24 November 1909) was a Spanish Franciscan Bishop of La Paz, Bolivia, appointed 22 October 1901.
Before com...
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Protestantism in Bolivia
Bolivia has an active Protestant minority of various groups, especially Evangelical Methodists. Other denominations represented in Bolivia included Mennonites. In 1980s Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses, S...
Evo Morales and the Roman Catholic Church
The socialist administration of Bolivian President Evo Morales has not always had a good relationship with the Bolivian hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church. This has become a problem for Morales as...
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Bolivian Episcopal Conference
The episcopate of the country is the Bolivian Episcopal Conference (Spanish: Conferencia Episcopal Boliviana, CEB). Its highest authority is the plenary assembly of bishops, acting through the Permane...
Roman Catholicism in Bolivia
The Roman Catholic Church in Bolivia is part of the worldwide Roman Catholic Church, under the spiritual leadership of the Pope in Rome. Catholicism was introduced in the 1530s, and the first diocese ...