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Most common religion in France?
The most common religion in France is Christianity with Islam coming in second.
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Mahayana Buddhism and Taoism 85.7%,Christianity 14.2%. According to most recent surveys.
Catholic Christianity is the most common religion in Italy.
The most commonly practised religion in Britain is Christianity.
I'm not so sure but i think that they still practice Buddhism Chinese. that's it. ANS#2: China is a country with a great diversity of religious beliefs. The main religions… are Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Catholicism and Protestantism. Citizens of China may freely choose and express their religious beliefs, and make clear their religious affiliations. According to incomplete statistics, there are over 100 million followers of various religious faiths, more than 85,000 sites for religious activities, some 300,000 clergy and over 3,000 religious organizations throughout China. In addition, there are 74 religious schools and colleges run by religious organizations for training clerical personnel. -Buddhism has a history of 2,000 years in China. -Taoism, native to China, has a history of more than 1,700 years. China now has over 1,500 Taoist temples and more than 25,000 Taoist priests and nuns. -Islam was introduced into China in the seventh century. Nowadays in China there are ten national minorities, including the Hui and Uygur, with a total population of 18 million, whose faith is Islam. Their 30,000-odd mosques are served by 40,000 Imams and Akhunds. -Catholicism was introduced into China intermittently in the seventh century, but it had not spread widely until after the Opium War in 1840. At present, China has four million Catholics, 4,000 clergy and more than 4,600 churches and meeting houses. -Protestantism was first brought to China in the early 19th century and spread widely after the Opium War. There are about 10 million Protestants, more than 18,000 clergy, more than 12,000 churches and 25,000-some meeting places throughout China. China has the following national religious organizations: Buddhist Association of China, Taoist Association of China, Islamic Association of China, Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association, Chinese Catholic Bishops' College, Three-Self Patriotic Movement Committee of the Protestant Churches of China, and China Christian Council. In the course of the country's long history, the various religions in China have become part of the traditional Chinese thinking and culture. It is traditional for Chinese religious believers to love their country and religions. The Chinese government supports and encourages the religious circles to unite the religious believers to actively participate in the construction of the country. The various religions all advocate serving the society and promoting people's well-being, such as the Buddhists' ``honoring the country and benefiting the people, the Catholics and Protestants' ``glorifying God and benefiting the people, the Taoists' ``being benevolent, peaceful and harmonious, saving the world and benefiting the people, and the Islam's ``praying to Allah to give great reward in this world and hereafter. In China all religions have equal status and coexist in tranquillity. Religious disputes are unknown in China. Religious believers and non-believers respect each other, are united and have a harmonious relationship. This shows, on the one hand, the influence of traditional Chinese compatibility and tolerance, and, on the other, the fact that since the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949 the Chinese government has formulated and carried out the policy of freedom of religious belief and established a politico-religious relationship that conforms to China's national conditions.
With around 2.4 billion adherents split into three main branches of Catholic, Protestant and Eastern Orthodox, Christianity is the world's largest religion
Germany is a secular country today compared to what it was prior to World War II. A small minority of Germans attend church every week. The Lutherans are the largest denominat…ion and is predominate in the Northern and eastern regions of the country. The Roman Catholics are strongest in the south and western areas of Germany. There is a large Muslim population that is concentrated in Berlin. If you travel around any part of Germany today, you will find most churches and cathedrals nearly empty. 12 years of National Socialism is to blame for the Germans apathy towards organized religion. Of course, its that way all over Europe. As Christianity become more and more irrelevant for the masses, especially the young, the rise of Islam in Europe is just the opposite!
Mexico is a secular country, having no official religion. However, it is Roman Catholic in its majority: Christmas is a national holiday and during Easter most people leav…e for vacations. Other Catholic religious days such as January 6 (Epiphany) or December 12 (Our Lady of Guadalupe, saint patron of Mexico) are observed by many people. Following are some estimates for religion practices in Mexico: Roman Catholic: 88% (98.6 million) Pentecostal and Neopentecostal (Protestant): 1.62% (1.8 million) Other Protestant: 2.87% (3.2 million) Jehovah's Witnesses: 1.25 % (2.2 million attendance at just one meeting in 2011) "Historical" Protestants: 0.71% (0.8 million) Seventh-day Adventists: 0.58% (0.6 million) Latter-day Saints Mormons: 0.25% (0.3 million) Jewish: 0.05% (56,000) Other religions (including Islam and Buddhism): 0.31% (0.3 million) Unspecified: 0.85% (0.9 million) Nonreligious: 3.53% (3.95 million) Note: Because of rounding, percentages may not add up to 100% (or 112 million, the population of Mexico). Muslims in Mexico:Islam religion per Quran God revelation to prophet Muhammads arrived Mexico with either Lebanese or Syrian immigrants and some other Middle Easterners like Egyptians, Iranians, and Turks. According to the 2010 census conducted by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI) there were 3,760 Muslims in the country (that means less than 1% of total Mexico population).
The #1 most common religion in Texas are Roman Catholics, and 2nd ranking comes baptist.
Between 83 and 88 percent of France's 63.7 citizens are self identified as Catholics. the majority are aliens but some are green sheep ists
Roman Catholic Roman catholic
Christianity, or Protestant. Most belong to the Church of Norway
The most common job in France is a job as a fancy waiter or waitress. They normally work in a fancy restaurant or cafe. Hope this helps.
Probably Roman Catholicism. At least, France is still considered (nominally) a Roman Catholic country. Catholic Christian,protestant & islam
Catholic & protestant