That's relative to what you're discussing. A pilgrim is someone who travels for a religious reason. If you mean the Pilgrims, or the people who landed at Plymouth Rock, then they were. Now if you meant simply a pilgrim, then a pilgrim could be any faith.
I'm Catholic and no pilgrims were protestant but Christopher Columbus was Catholic
The pilgrims were Puritans, which is a denomination of Protestant Christianity.
At the time of the Pilgrims, mainly Protestant. The migrating Pilgrims wanted to leave England's Anglican Church to create a free Protestant land.
the pilgrims were forced to be Catholics in England. When they reached America they formed today's Protestant religions like Baptist and Pentecostal.
The Pilgrims were Separatists and Puritans were, well, Puritans. Both are Protestant divisions from England that didn't like the Anglican church.
Tomatoes were considered poisonous.
Massasoit was considered a friend of the Pilgrims. He was also an important ally to the Pilgrims that settled at Plymouth.
All of the characters mentioned in the Canterbury Tales are considered Pilgrims.
Tomatoes were considered poison, but the Pilgrims didn't have them in Massachusetts.
Yes, both are considered to be protestant Christian denominations.
Yes, the Puritans split from the Anglican Church and both are considered as Protestant denominations.
When the pilgrims came to America, they were considered to be wealthy in England. Once in the America's they began farming and were among the poor.
They wanted to seperate from the English church.
Right now Guatemala has a the highest percentage of Protestant with about 25%.
The Pilgrims settled in what is now known as Plymouth, Massachusetts. Eventually the settlement would be considered the colony of Massachusetts.
You are either a Catholic or a Protestant. You cannot be a Protestant Catholic. That is an oxymoron - like pretty ugly, jumbo shrimp, etc.
Lutheranism, the Methodist church, the Presbyterian church, the Baptists, some of the Anglican Communion, and all of the evangelical churches are Protestant.
Any denomination besides Catholic.
The Pilgrims were a Protestant religious sect that the Church of England had persecuted. Before their historic voyage to the New World, they sought refuge in the Netherlands. It was a tolerant nation, however, the Pilgrims found employment difficult and also the language was not easy for them. Later they would voyage to the New World.
In England of that time, the question of what was acceptable religious practice was not merely one of Catholic versus Protestant, because there were many kinds of Protestants, and they were as widely separated from each other in practice and belief as they were from the Catholics. The Pilgrims were Puritans, who were very different from the Church of England, and so they were as much subject to persecution as the Catholics.