There are currently about 1.2 billion Catholics worldwide.
The strongest champion of Roman Catholicism was the king of Spain, Phillip II.
The highest concentrations of Catholics are found throughout Latin America, and in France, Spain and Italy.
The majority of Spanish residents are nominal Roman Catholics, but there are significant Islamic, Protestant and Anglican communities in Spain. Catholic
Roman Catholic AnswerUkranian Catholics ARE Roman Catholics, so NO, they Mass if not like Roman Catholics it is Roman Catholic.
No, Roman Pagans believe(d) in many gods, whereas Catholics are monotheist.
Approx 160,000 Roman Catholics live in Glasgow. The City is still overwhelmingly Protestant.
The average percentage of Italians as Roman Catholics id about 96%
Roman Catholics normally refer to themselves are Catholics or Roman Catholics. Sometimes they use a name associated with a religious if more clarity is desired.
None. Roman Catholics are Christian.
Most are Roman-Catholics Most are Roman-Catholics
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The Spanish conquistadors who conquered much of South and Central America were Roman Catholics.