The Three C’s of Hispanic Faith
Three “C’s” cast long shadows on the faith of today’s Hispanics in America—Christianity, Catholicism and charismatic faith. As for the first “C,” more than four out of five Hispanics (84%) describe themselves as part of the Christian faith.
The second “C” is the largest element of Christianity among Hispanics—commitment to the Roman Catholic Church, an identity that describes nearly 7 out of 10 Hispanics (68%). In contrast, about one-sixth identify as Protestant (16%) and a similar proportion as having another or no faith (16%).
via A Shifting Faith.