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date: 16 January 2021

Religious Regulation in Brazil 

Source:
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Politics and Religion
Author(s):
Claudia CerqueiraClaudia Cerqueira, Guadalupe TuñónGuadalupe Tuñón

For most of the 20th century, roughly 90% of Latin America’s population was Catholic. Since the year 2000, however, the Catholic Church’s presence in the region has changed dramatically. Today, only 69% of Latin American adults identify as Catholic (... ...

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