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Religion in Mexico

A majority of Mexicans – about 90% - are Roman Catholic. There are a few Protestants, Jews and other religious groups. The Roman Catholic missionaries and priests who arrived in Mexico in the 1500s baptised millions of Indians. The Indians continued worshipping the sun, rain and other forces of nature. Even today, millions of Indian villagers combine Catholicism with ancient religious practices. Freedom of worship is granted under Mexican law.

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