There are about 12,560,869 members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I cannot say what the percentages are but if you can find more numbers about the Catholic church it will be a simple math equation. have a great day. p.s. this number can be verifide at lds.org
Mormons don't hate anyone because of their religion, including catholics. They respect that some people believe in faiths that differ from their own.
Although both Catholics and members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) are generally encouraged to date members of their own faith, Mormons and Catholics can (and do) date.
No, lent is a Catholic tradition and Mormons are Christians! Actually Catholics are Christians. Also Catholics along with a long line of other Christian Demoninations celebrate Lent. The Word Christian means follower of Christ and Catholics are definitely followers of Jesus Christ. Both Catholics and Mormons are different denominations of Christianity. Catholics are not the only denomination who observes Lent, so it is conceivable that some Mormons would observe Lent (as many Lutherans, Methodists, and Anglicans do). However, most Mormons do not observe Lent, although they do celebrate Easter.
Some of the beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) are similar, such as their belief that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and the Savior of the mankind, Baptism is required for salvation, women cannot be in the priesthood, and that the Bible is the word of God. However, the churches are NOT the same and have many beliefs that are very different from one another. For example, Catholics believe in the Trinity and Nicene Creed, Mormons do not. Catholics have nuns and saints, Mormons do not. Mormons have scripture in addition to the Bible, Catholics do not. Mormons believe in modern prophets, Catholics do not.
Think of it this way; it has to be Catholics or Mormons, because everything except Mormons branched off of Catholic.If Catholics right, they're still all wrong because each one was tweaked a bit. If Mormons are right, then...they're right :)
Mormons have extra scripture like the Book of Mormon. Some different beliefs are: 1.Catholics believe that there is 1 heaven,Mormons believe that there are 3 heavens. 2.Catholics believe that Jesus will not return until the end of the world,Mormons believe that Jesus came to the Americas around 34 AD. 3.Caholics believe that no one can be like God,Mormons believe that there are many gods and they can also become a god.(They only worship the God of this world.) 4. Catholics and Mormons both believe in pre-existence but Mormons believe that in this way:God has at least 1 wife in heaven,(Heavenly Mother)That wife gave birth to spirit beings (us) and sent the spirit beings to Earth in physical bodies. These are just some differences.There are more.
Only Christians (including Protestants, Catholics, and Mormons).
the biggest difference is the Mormons (Latter Day Saints) believe in the book of Mormon also Mormons get married in the temple and are baptized at 8 or older
Do Catholics, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, or any other religious group? If so then so do Mormons.
Over 93% are Christians of various denominations (Protestants, Catholics, Mormons).
Mormons live in every state. The highest percentage of Mormons is in Utah, and the highest amount of Mormons in in California.
Maryland was founded by Catholics for Catholics.
Mormons and Catholics have a similar belief that they are the original church that Christ set up. Both believe that you are saved through the atonement of Jesus Christ AND works. Protestants are a break off of the catholic church and share many similar ideas with them but believe that they are saved through the atonement alone. The main difference between Mormons and catholics is that Mormons believe that they have a prophet who is the prophet of the church and for the world who receives direct revelation from God. They also claim to have the restored original priesthood and many other things.
Well, technically, Catholics are Christians. Mormons (members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) are Christian but they are not Protestant or Catholic Christians, they are Restorationist Christians.
America is traditionally a Protestant Christian nation. Those who are not Protestant Christians (including Mormons, Catholics, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, and others) often find themselves discriminated against simply because they are not Protestant Christians.
Catholics by far have more membership than the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) or any other Christian group. In fact, almost half of all people who claim to be Christian are Catholic. There are over 1.2 billion Catholics in the world (17% of the population), and 14.5 million Mormons (0.2% of the population).
Native Americans, Jews, Blacks, Mormons, Catholics, Irish, Poor people who were on land rich people wanted. The list is almost endless.
I'm not sure about the Puritan Catholics but I know that the Mormon church or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (as it is formally known) was not established until 1830. So it obviously had no effect on the founding of the US (it has influenced other laws, procedures, etc. afterwards).
Nobody. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) was founded in the US - so the first Mormons were already in the US! :) If you are speaking of the first Mormons to move from another country to the US, rather than the first Mormons ever in the US, the answer is still nobody. The first Mormons to move from another country to the US came from Canada, and were not 'brought' by any specific person, only encouraged to move so that they could be nearer to the main body of the church.
All states in the US are inhabited by mormons, Utah having the largest population.
There is no difference Mormons are Christians. The true name of the Mormon church is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. ADDITION: Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) are not a separate religion. To say otherwise would be like saying Catholics aren't Christian.
Both Catholics and Mormons claim to have a line of priesthood authority back to Jesus Christ. The Catholic Church believes that their line of authority descends unbroken all the way back to Jesus Christ. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" Church) believes that the Catholic Church lost this authority somewhere along the way, and that it has been restored to them. Both Mormons and Catholics believe that one must be baptized to enter heaven. Catholics have a tradition of baptizing infants, to remove original sin, and make salvation possible. Catholics usually baptize by immersion or pouring water over the forehead. Catholics *never* "sprinkle" as is common among protestants. Mormons baptize by immersion and will only baptize people age 8 or older because they believe that little children are innocent. Mormons also believe that an unbaptized person can accept a baptism performed in their behalf after their death, so they perform baptisms for their dead ancestors. Catholics believe in the Trinity - one God in Three Persons. Mormons believe that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are three individual beings. Catholics use only the Bible as scripture. Mormons use the Bible, Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, and Pearl of Great Price, in addition to the words of their current leaders. Mormons do not pray to Jesus, or through Mary or any saints, as many Catholics do. They pray to God the Father through Jesus Christ only. Culturally, Catholics members tend to be more liberal than Mormon members. Mormons tend to be more strict about dressing modestly, following their health code, and avoiding secular activities on the Sabbath. There are some very conservative or strict Catholics, and some very liberal Mormons, so this is just a generalization. Catholics have vocations in which God calls them to dedicate their lives totally to the Church (such as sisters, nuns, monks, and priests). This can be compared to Mormon missionary service, although Mormon missionary service is temporary and Catholic vocations are lifetime commitments. Structurally, they are quite similar. The Catholic Church has the Pope at the head, with Bishops overseeing various geographical regions or departments. The Mormon church has the Prophet at the head, with Apostles and Seventies overseeing various geographical regions and departments. Local congregations are organized into geographic groups (Catholic Diocese or Mormon Stake). Additionally, a central headquarters (Catholics in Rome, Mormons in Salt Lake City) is the home of most of the international leadership. Both Mormons and Catholics will only ordain men to the priesthood. In addition to these differences, Mormons and Catholics have few similarities in belief, but some in the hierarchical structure of the churches, though they both have a pretty strict moral code. The two churches often support each other in various pursuits. Examples of collaboration between the two churches can be seen in the "related links" below.
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (commonly called "Mormons") believe that Mary was the mother of Jesus, and that she concieved him of God, not man. They do not pray to her or have statues of her as many Catholics do, however.