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In the early 14th Century, the people of Mexico practiced Aztec religious beliefs that involved human sacrifices to please their gods.
Religious changes happened with the Spanish arrival in the 1500's.
During the 300 year period when Spain governed Mexico, the vast majority adopted the Catholic faith.
Catholics attend weekly mass at their local chapels.
The Virgin of Guadalupe is a very important symbol in Mexico.
Estimated religious preferences of Mexico
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHRISTIANITY: 82.7% OTHER EVANGELICAL CHURCHES: 5% NONE: 4.7% UNSPECIFIED: 2.7% OTHER: 1.9% PENTECOSTAL CHRISTIANITY: 1.6% JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES: 1.4%
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