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Religious & Spiritual Students in Brazil

Posted on October 14, 2020


Latin American countries are predominantly Roman Catholic, and Brazil is no exception. Sixty-three percent of Brazilians identify as Roman Catholic. Protestantism is the second largest religious community with about twenty-two percent of Brazilians who identify as Protestants. Eight percent of Brazilians say that they are not religious and the remaining seven percent of Brazilians practice other religions. These “other” religions include Afro-Brazilian religions, Buddhism, Judaism, and Islam. These communities are very small, but are steadily growing.

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