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Which two church groups have the fastest growing membership today in Latin America?

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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.)

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The fastest growing church group in latin America today is Pentecostal followed by Catholics.


The pentecostal church and the Mormans(Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints


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.


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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 fastest growing church today is an Amish church in northern Pennsylvania. Today they are having a raising and all the members of the community will pitch in and have it done in several hours. So it will grow faster than any other church today (that we know of). As for size, most of the fastest growing churches are in America. As the population gets fatter and taller, these churches actually widen their pews to accommodate for the increasing size of their membership. If you are looking for increases in size as strictly a numbers game, this is actually harder to say. Many churches are focusing on Africa and South America for new membership. The Catholics and LDS churches are good examples of this. The populations of these continents are less educated and more likely to believe the crazy nonsense these religions espouse. But they don't publish their conversion numbers. So if you want to know who is growing fastest, good luck. It's easier to find out who has the most members currently. Trintarian Pentecostalism which is Bible based church it is actually fastest growing faith to it is fastest growing in Brazil, The rest of Latin America, parts of Africa, The United States, and Asia


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Yes. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" Church) is one of the five fastest growing religions in the United States and has been for several years. In 2009, Church membership increased by about 250,000 members worldwide.


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If you count the dead people that are baptized in to the Mormon Church then it certainly is.


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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.


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