Catholic and Pentacostal
They were able to hold on to power because they were backed by the military.
Paraguay and Bolivia hold such distinction.
Mexico and Brazil hold that distinction.
Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, Columbia, Panama, are a few of the countries of Latin America that hold bullfights.
Brazil, Mexico and Venezuela hold such distinction.
In Latin America? Only Brazil and Mexico hold that distinction.
Christopher Columbus made Spain rich and Spain is kinda apart of Latin America.
In the 1700s, Latin American politics was dominated by the highest social class in the land. Only the rich could hold jobs in government and the church.
It was created by natives of Latin America to hold rain water and keep it from evaporating. The earlist bottles were made of dried, hollowed gourds.
I will hold.
"Hold up" is a term developed in English to mean a certain kind of robbery. The Latin for robbery is "roberia." If you tried to translate "hold up" literally into Latin, you would get the word for "to support" or "to sustain," which is "sustinere"
The root tain means hold - from the Latin tenere to hold.
You do not need either a license or a church in order to preach; in America you have a constitutionally protected right to free speech as well as freedom of religion, so if you have something to preach, go ahead.
Doctor of the Church
Ten is the Latin root word. It means to hold or strain.
Church Of England
A Cathedral. The term "church" also refers to a group of people professing to hold the same beliefs, not a building, so if this is what the question is asking, in the United States, a Catholic bishops church would be a diocese or archdiocese. A 'church' should be "called" or named after the person who started it, or after the person whose doctrine it is really teaching.
It comes from retineo, (I keep or hold back, etc) from re- (again) and teneo (I hold, to hold).
Not all deacons hold candles. It must be a tradition in your church.
Latin America (Central and South America) has a very high percentage of Catholics. Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Poland and the Philippines do also. The Roman Catholic Church is found everywhere in the world, hence one of the marks of the true church is catholicity, or as St. Vincent of Lerins wrote "hold fast that faith which has been believed everywhere, always, and by all." Catholics are united in doctrine, hierarchy and belief in every country of the world. In some countries where regimes rule that persecute the Church for religious or political reasons, the Church does not visibly exist although in almost every case there is an underground where faithful souls continue to practice their faith.
Yes, to a certain degree. It is a regional power, being the second most important country in Latin America after Brazil in both terms of economy and population.