There are now more than four hundred Catholic hospitals in the United States which care for about half a million patients annually.
Approximately 7,569 in 2005, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
san cayetano churches in north america
In 1565 Spaniards founded the first Catholic settlement in North America in Saint Augustine, Florida.
Old Roman Catholic Church in North America was created in 1911.
the number of Islams in north America is 746793279.
The Roman Catholic Church.
becase Catholic explorers focused landed in North America more than they did in North America, and by the time Explorers decided to land in North America, they were mostly Protestant
having a Roman catholic majority
First Catholic Mass in North America.
The first Roman Catholic Church building was built in 1565. It was located in St. Augustine, FL. St Augustine is the oldest European settlement in North America.
they were successful by there church
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. As for Popes born in North America, that would be a running total of exactly none.
Catholic AnswerThe same thing they wear in North America or Europe: clerical clothes for street wear and liturgical vestments in Church.
Mostly Catholic missions.
The earliest inhabitants of north America are believed to have been Caucasians. These were made up of a number of indigenous people who settled in north America.
because America makes the most car production sales in north America
The phone number of the Swiss Center Of North America is: 608-527-6565.
In North America, a person calls the number "611" when he is having troubles with his telephone service. This number can be used from both landlines and cellular phones.
No, North America is not north of North America.
conquistadors were lured by the prospect of gold and new territory. For north America, catholic priests were employed to spread Catholicism since the country had little gold.
The whole North America isn't ONE religion, expecially because of the United States of America. they have millions, from people moving there. The two most common are probobly Christian and Catholic. I HOPE I HELPED!!
Catholic Answerfrom 2009 Catholic Almanac, Our Sunday Visitor: Catholic PopulationAfrica 158,313,000North America 238,779,000South America 324,256,000Asia 118,466,000Europe 282,108,000Oceania 8,828,000For a total Catholic world population (as of January 1, 2007) of 6,542,824,000
Their number is 911 if you live in North America of the United States.
Well north America is a melting pot and while it is most dominantly Catholic, religion toleration allows for all religions an different ethnic groups
christianity, trade, shops, beef (other foods),schools, and hospitals