How many people believe in Roman Catholicism?
There are about 1.2 billion Catholics worldwide.
millions of people are roman Catholic especially the french
About 43% of all Canadians are Roman Catholics.
There are about 1.2 billion Catholics in the world.
Roman Catholicism (usually known as Catholicism) is a branch of Christianity so they tend to be the ones who prefer to worship in Roman Cathholic Churches. Alot of people make the mistake of using Christianity and Catholicism interchangeably. There are many branches of Christianity such as Protestantism and Catholicism.
Roman Catholicism is one religion, however there are many different Christian religions and Roman Catholicism is one of the main ones.
It is not forbidden by Catholicism to believe in evolution. The reason many people who believe in a god do not believe in evolution is that evolution's adversary, Intelligent Design, makes far more sense to one who believes in God that anyone who does not, although you can believe in intelligent design and not believe in God.
To be a Christian, you must believe in Jesus Christ. There are many different Christian religions though. A couple are Orthodoxy and Catholicism. These two spread out even more. There is Roman Catholic, for Catholicism, and Greek Orthodox for Orthodoxy. I myself am Orthodox.
Many Russian people believe mainly in a higher force and a creator. Of course,some Russians are very religious in Christianity and Catholicism ,but the majority of the people there believe in something higher then life.
Yes. Catholicism was started as the One True Church by Jesus Christ, but many people have broken away from Her. Another answer: No, There were smaller groups that came from the original Christian church, and were not part of Roman Catholicism, and thus were not involved in the Reformation, such as Anabaptists.
Ernest Hemingway was raised as a Congregationalist and converted to Roman Catholicism for the sake of his second wife, but many people feel that at heart he was an atheist.
It would be very harsh on Roman Catholicism to say that Hitler killed people because of his religion. It was his political beliefs that drove him.
It's very diverse, but the two main ones are Roman Catholicism and Protestantism.
Roman Catholic is the national religion of Haiti but many people believe in voodoo.
Surprisingly many things are common in Hinduism & catholicism. One most important thing is that both Religion believe in one Supreme God.
Roman Catholic Answer There are very few similarities between Roman Catholicism and Anabaptist. The Anabaptists were a heresy in the sixteenth century that denied many parts of Christianity, notably Sacred Tradition, infant baptism, the Magesterium, etc. About the only things you could say that they have in common is that they both claim to believe in Jesus Christ. But that would be problematic as their view of Jesus Christ is so far different from Our… Read More
He did succeed in spreading Roman Catholicism to many other countries.
The predominate religion is Roman Catholic. Many indigenous Peruvians have blended Catholicism with their traditional beliefs.
There are certainly as many foolish and superstitious people in the Protestant Church as in Roman Catholicism or any other religious tradition. One's religion has very little to do with believing in bad luck, but depends on whether one is educated and more importantly, whether one has the habit of rational thinking.
Before the onset of World War I in France in 1914, the main religions were Roman Catholicism and Protestant Christianity. France was a major source of Catholicism for many hundreds of years.
There are many as the most prominent religion is Roman Catholicism with chapels, churches and cathedrals in most population centers.
many people believe it originated from Roman and Gaelic, but there wrong, it was infact originated from Korean pikeys
For he is also a Roman. But many Romans did not accept his preaching. The Roman Empire lost it's empirical power but not it's ecclesiastical power which is catholicism, not Paul's preachings.
There are many religions that Greeks follow. From Hellenism to Roman Catholicism, there are many many different ones out there. ANSWER: The vast majority of Greeks are Greek Orthodox.
There are 2.07 billion people worldwide that believe in some type of Christianity. That is 32% of the world population. The most popular type of Christianity is the Roman Catholics with 989 million people (48% of christian population).
Lutheranism, Eastern Christianity, Catholicism, and many others.
Anglican, Catholicism, Islam and many more.
No, though Greek and Roman mythology shared many features, they had differences in rites and rituals. Likewise, the same can be said of Roman Catholicism and Greek Orthodoxy.
Paraguay's main religion is Christianity due to centuries of Christian missionaries working in the area. Many of them practice Roman Catholicism.
People believed in the Roman gods because it was the most convenient method of explaining natural processes in the world, and it helped explain misfortune and other things that could happen to people. Today, many pagans still worship the Ancient Roman gods, and revere them as actual anthropomorphic deities.
Mexico has no official religion. However, it is Roman Catholic in its majority (88%), therefore Christmas is a national holiday and during Easter most people leave 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.
Lutheran Roman Catholic Answer None of them are really "close" to Catholicism as they are all radically different from their very roots, however, High Church Anglicans (Episcopalians) look like Catholics in their worship, and many of them believe very similar things.
The highest percentage of Canadians is Catholicism. However, it is difficult to say how many of those Catholics are practicing.
There are usually about 120 cardinal electors as well as a number of retired cardinals who no longer are eligible to vote in a papal conclave.
No, it will decline in its own uniquely American way. Many people believe that this is already happening.
That is practically impossible to answer as there are so many things that people can believe and you have not specified what you mean. That is practically impossible to answer as there are so many things that people can believe and you have not specified what you mean. That is practically impossible to answer as there are so many things that people can believe and you have not specified what you mean. That is practically… Read More
Cuba is a deeply religious nation, much like many other places in Latin America. Most people are either Roman Catholics or Protestants or they practice Santeria, which is kind of a mix of Catholicism with the African beliefs that black people brought during the time of slavery.
Voodoo incorporates many elements and symbolism from many different religions and spiritual practices, including Roman Catholicism, West African Vodun, European spirituality, and Freemasonry.
they dont........some people believe in many many many Gods....
Not all Christians believe in miracles. Roman Catholics believe in miracles as Lourdes is where many go on pilgrimage - many people are said to have been cured miraculously after going there on pilgrimage because the Virgin Mary was told to have been seen there. Answer: Born again Christians and Christian fundamentalists believe in miracles, I as a Christian believe in them and believe that they still happen. I am an eyewitness.
There are many religions throughout the world. Some of the major religions include: Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Shinto.
Religion (Roman Catholicism) Language (Spanish) Many traditions (Day of the dead, bullfighting)
The most important difference between Catholicism and Protestantism, although there are many, is the fact that Protestantism does not believe that the Eucharist is the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ, but believes it is only a remembrance.
There is no "Roman Catholicism" except, perhaps, Catholicism as practiced by a native of Rome, Italy. It's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church. Similarily, there is no "Irish Catholicism" except, again, perhaps Catholicism as practiced by the Irish. There is only one Catholic Church, which has the same set… Read More
There are many religions in Oaxaca, the most common probably being Roman Catholicism. There are also groups of Protestants, Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses, and other Indigenous religious groups
Their are a lot of people that believe in ghosts, and their are a lot of people who don't believe in ghosts. No one really knows how many people believe in ghosts, but mostly thousands believe in ghosts. Some people can sense their presence, and the negative energy they bring.
Christianity was unified House- mainly Roman Catholicism. True, there were different religious orders among the Regular ( by the rules) clergy, but the basic Catholicism was standing united. There was a tendency for France to somewhat attempt to overpower Roman Catholicism with a Catholic Faith of its own- considering the many Saints France has produced, ( St. Louis, Joan of Arc, Ste. Catherine Laboure , Bernadette, etc. this sort of spiritual nationalism is not surprising.
manyn people died within the roman army
Roman Catholicism is the most widespread religion in west indies.However many islanders practice religions that have african influences.
Roman Catholicism makes up a large percentage of the religions practiced in Spain. However, many do not practice religious worship or attend church.