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Religious & Spiritual Students in Mexico

Posted on October 14, 2020


The traditional and religious majority in Mexico ascribe to Catholicism - Mexico boasts the second-largest Catholic population in the world and the city of Cholula has 365 churches, either one for each day of the year or one for each pre-Hispanic temple that used to be there. The second-largest denomination is Protestant Christian. There are small populations of Muslims, Jews, and Hindus. A significant portion of the population practice a blend of mythologies, faiths, and traditions.

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