Mexico Religion

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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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