The Pentecostal Church is actually the fastest growing church, sucking up numerous disheartened Catholics, who are still the VAST majority of the population and as far as I know, they are still the next fastest growing, as any growth in the population is an increase for the Catholic Church.
The fastest growing church group in latin America today is Pentecostal followed by Catholics.
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(The Pentecostal Church is actually the fastest growing church, sucking up numerous disheartened Catholics, who are still the VAST majority of the population and as far as I know, they are still the next fastest growing, as any growth in the population is an increase for the Catholic Church.)
the Pentecostal Churches and the Mormons
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (also known as Mormon) is the fastest growing religon in the whole world, so that's going to be one of them.
The pentecostal church and the Mormans(Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Hispanics are the fastest growing minority group in the US.
the pentecostal churches and the mormons. blesings and love dear friend
well ive been learning this and on my textbook it said that americans have the fastest growing ethnic group with mexicans leading 2nd
Uruguay is South America's most secular country. It has no official religion and church and state are separate. Religious freedom is guaranteed. Sixty-six percent of Uruguayans are Roman Catholics. Most Uruguayans baptize their children and marry in churches but less than half attend church on a regular basis. There is a small Jewish community in Montevideo (about 1% of the population) as well as several evangelical Protestant groups (about 2%). Macumba and Umbanda, religions of Afro-Brazilian origin, are the currently fastest-growing religions in Uruguay.
Asians and Hispanics
teens are the fastest-growing groups to get infected with HIV. This is because of frequent sexual intercourse and drug use. Hope this helps!!! wow that's VERY sad :( but i understand :)
In an announcement released on June 23, 2016, the US Census Bureau stated that the fastest growing minority group in the USA was the Asian group. Most of the new immigrants have come to the US from China. The growth in the Asian population replaced that of Hispanic immigrants.
The main religion is Greek orthodoxy which is part of the Eastern Orthodox Church. There is also small groups who still adhere to the Hellenic pantheon of Gods.
All religions have fringe groups that could be considered cults.
Christians and Buddhists and a few other religions or groups have monks.
No, definately not. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) reported just over 14 million members worldwide and 6.5 million members in the United States in 2011. Compare that with the Roman Catholic Church, which claims 1.2 billion members worldwide and 74 million members in the United States.The Mormon Church is one of the larger non-Catholic denominations in the United States and one of the fastest growing religious groups as well.
There were more than three groups targeted by the church during the dark ages. Heretics, or fellow Christians who didn't believe the church's teachings were right, and proclaimed such beliefs were often imprisoned and put to death. The indigenous populations of various regions practiced religions or medical herbalism that the church felt was witchcraft and would execute their judgment on such individuals, often in a very harsh way. Jews and Muslims as well as many other religions also suffered persecution from Christians who were doing the exact opposite of what Jesus taught.
There are many different religions. There would be like Christian, Muslim, and othere religions.
The Amish and Mennonites are 2 of the biggest groups in PA
Some of the European religions in the 1600's were Roman Catholic, some Anglican, some Lutheran, small groups of Calvinism, small groups of Muslim, and some Orthodox Christian.
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
Communist governments traditionally do not approve of religious observance; it encourages people to gather in groups and possibly exchange ideas which are not conducive to obedience under a communist regime. For the same reason, religious organisations discourage communism, and the more fundamentalist religions discourage education outside of the church while the seriously restrictive religions discourage contact with those outside their particular church. There isn't much difference between hard-line communism and fundamentalist religious groups. It's all about control, and ultimately, power.
Protestant groups that did not follow the Church of England's rules