Religion in Argentina
Argentina, for much of its history and including the present day, has been an overwhelmingly Roman Catholic country. The historical background is very much due to the Spanish influence brought about t...
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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 ...
Christianity in Brazil
Religion in Brazil has a higher adherence level compared to other Latin American countries, and is more diverse. The dominant religion of Brazil historically was and still is Christianity. Brazil poss...
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Christianity in Chile
The majority religion in Chile is Christian (71%), with an estimated 59% of Chileans belonging to the Catholic church, 16% Protestant or Evangelical and just 3% with any other religion. Agnostics and ...
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Christianity in Colombia
More than 97% of the population of Colombia are Christians.90% are Roman Catholic.
Christianity in Ecuador
Religion in Ecuador is an expression of the different cultural heritages in the Ecuadorian culture including the Spanish colonization, the Native Amerindian and the Afro-Ecuadorian.
Among the old ...
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Christianity in Guyana
Christianity and Hinduism are the dominant religions in Guyana. Data from a 2002 census on religious affiliation indicates that approximately 57 percent of the population is Christian. The composition...
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Christianity in Paraguay
The religious identities of the people of Paraguay, or Religion in Paraguay for short, have since national independence been oriented towards the Christian faith, and specifically the Roman Catholic C...
Christianity in Peru
The Peruvian government is closely allied with the Catholic Church. Article 50 of the Constitution recognizes the Catholic Church's role as "an important element in the historical, cultural, and moral...
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Christianity in Suriname
Religion in Suriname is characterized by a range of religious beliefs and practices due to its ethnic diversity. According to the most recent census (2012), 48.4 percent of the population is Christian...
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Christianity in Uruguay
Church and state are officially separated since 1916 in Uruguay. According to the most recent official survey approximately 58.1% of Uruguayans define themselves as Christian (47% Roman Catholic, 11.1...
Christianity in Venezuela
Venezuela, like most South American nations, is a predominantly Catholic nation. The influence of the Catholic Church was introduced in its colonization by Spain. According to the 2011 census, 88 perc...
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Brazil
As of January 1, 2011, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reported 1,138,740 members in 239 stakes and 49 districts, 1,925 Congregations (1,457 wards and 468 branches), 34 missions, and s...
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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...
Novena of aguinaldos
Novena of Aguinaldos, also known as the novena, is a set of prayers recited during the nine days before Christmas, custom to Catholics in Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador. It is similar to the feast o...
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