A new survey by The Barna Group found that Latinos are assimilating the faith of the Caucasian population faster than predicted, essentially mirroring the faith of the nation's white population, reports the Latino Print Network. However, there were several key differences in religious beliefs: Latinos remain somewhat more likely to believe that a good person can earn his or her way into Heaven; and Latinos are twice as likely as the general population to be aligned with the Catholic church (44 percent vs. 22 percent, respectively). Read the rest clicking below
Survey Documents Changing Faith of U.S. Latinos - NAM
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