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Protestantism in Haiti

Protestants in Haiti are a significant minority of the population. The CIA Factbook reports that around 28.5% of the population is Protestant. Other sources put the Protestant population higher than this, suggesting that it may form one-third of ...

Jamaica Baptist Union

Jamaica Baptist Union is a Baptist Christian denomination, affiliated with the Baptist World Alliance, in Jamaica. The headquarters is in Kingston, Jamaica. The president of the union is Karen Kirlew.

Protestantism in Honduras

According to the Latinobarometro Corporation in The Religions in the Times of the Pope Francisco, 41% of the population in Honduras is Evangelical while 47% is Catholic. According to the CIA world Factbook, 41% of the population of Honduras has d ...

Protestantism in Italy

Protestantism in Italy comprises a minority of the countrys religious population. The Catholic Church is the largest Christian denomination, but Protestantism has a significant presence. And CESNUR, the Italian think tank devoted to the study of ...

Protestantism in Japan

Protestants in Japan constitute a religious minority of about 0.4% of total population or 509.668 people in number. All major traditional Protestant denominations are present in the country, including Baptists, Pentecostals, Lutheran, Anglicanism ...

Presbyterian Reformed Church of Mexico

Independent Presbyterian Church broke from the National Presbyterian Church in Mexico in 1947. A split occurred in the church in 1980s. Two presbyteries decided to maintain ties with the Christian Reformed Church in North America while the Synod ...

Credokirken

Credokirken is a charismatic megachurch in Bergen, Norway. The church also has its own bible school, and an elementary school. The senior pastor is Olav Ronhovde.

Pentecostalism in Norway

Pentecostal congregations in Norway is the largest Protestant free church in Norway with a total membership at 39.590 people in 2009. The Pentecostal movement in Norway is a Christian movement. It is not a single organized unit, but consists of a ...

Protestantism in the Philippines

Protestants makes up nearly 6% of the Filipino population. It arrived in the Philippines during the late 19th and the early 20th century when American missionaries began to arrive in the country in the advent of the American rule. They include a ...

Protestantism in Portugal

Protestantism in Portugal has long been a minority religion, since for most of the countrys history few non-Roman Catholics existed, those who did could not practice their religion freely. They had been kept out of the country for three centuries ...

Johannesburg Reformed Church (GKSA)

The Johannesburg Reformed Church was the second congregation of the Reformed Churches in Southern Africa on the Witwatersrand after the Krugersdorp Reformed Church, founded only a month earlier. On April 1, 1943, the Congregation merged with the ...

Federation of Evangelical Religious Entities of Spain

The Federation of Evangelical Religious Entities of Spain is a Spanish organization of Protestant denominations, mostly Evangelical in orientation.

Protestantism in Switzerland

The Reformed branch of Protestantism in Switzerland was started in Zurich by Huldrych Zwingli and spread within a few years to Basel, Bern, St. Gall, to cities in southern Germany and via Alsace to France. Since 1920, the Swiss Reformed Church ha ...

Hillsong Church Kiev

In September 1992, an outreach began in the October Palace in Kiev with team members from Hills Christian Life Centre now known as Hillsong Church. Australian worship leader David Evans, US pastor Mike Berry and former Hillsong youth pastor Darko ...

Protestantism in the United Kingdom

Protestantism is the most popular religion practiced in the United Kingdom with Anglicanism, the Reformed tradition, Methodism, Pentecostalism and Baptists being the most prominent branches. For centuries, it plays a pivotal role in shaping the p ...

Protestantism in the United States

Protestantism is the largest grouping of Christians in the United States with its combined denominations collectively accounting for about 43% of the countrys population or 141 million people in 2019. Simultaneously, this corresponds to around 20 ...

Church of St. Peter at Porici (Prague)

Church of St. Peter on Poeici is a Roman Catholic church in Prague, New Town, in Biskupska Street, it is dedicated to the Apostle Peter. The Church is run by a religious order of the Knights of the cross with the red star and administrator P. O. ...

Maroilles Abbey

Its first abbot was St. Humbert of Maroilles. Humbert was succeeded by St. Curcodomus. From the 9th century to the time of the French Revolution in the 18th century, the abbey followed the Rule of St. Benedict. During the French Revolution, July ...

Mont des Cats

Mont des Cats is a small hill near the town of Godewaersvelde, France. Located in the Nord department, its Flemish name is Katsberg. The hill is seat of the Mont des Cats abbey, famous for its cheese produced by the monks since 1890. On top of th ...

Prieure de lOiseliere

The Prieure de lOiseliere is a priory located at Saint-Planchers, near Granville, in France. Nestled in a valley bordering the watercourse that bears its name, surrounded by fortified walls and moats, it has a history dating back to the 12th cent ...

Christianity in Abkhazia

Christianity is a main religion in Abkhazia. The history of introduction of Christianity in the present-day Abkhazia can be traced to the 1st century and in 325 the bishop of Pityus participated in the First Ecumenical Council in Nicaea. Since th ...

Stefnir Thorgilsson

Stefnir Thorgilsson was one of the first Christian missionaries among the Icelanders at the end of the 10th century. He was born in Iceland. King Olaf Tryggvason, king of Norway ordered him to return to his homeland in order to proselytize among ...

Thorvald Konradsson

Thorvald Konradsson the Far Traveller was one of the first Christian missionaries in Iceland and then in Belarus in the late 10th century. He was native to Iceland but went abroad where he was baptized by one Bishop Friedrich, a German. He return ...

Annaghdown

Annaghdown is a parish in County Galway, Ireland. It takes its name from Eanach Dhuin, Irish for "the marsh of the fort". The village lies around Annaghdown Bay, an inlet of Lough Corrib. The parish is situated in the Archdiocese of Tuam and the ...

Ballywiheen

There was an early Christian settlement here, also called Raingileis. The Ogham stone was erected like a tombstone, S. the Ad 500-550. In 1880 she was hacked in search of gold. Excavations in 1998 there was a stone lamp, and a flint scraper.

Church Island (Lough Currane)

Church Island is located on a 1.8 ha 4.4 acres island in Lough Currane, 2.8 km 1.7 mi east of Waterville. It is also known as Inis Uasail "Upper Island".

Church Island (Valentia Harbour)

The island was anciently a centre for iron smelting. The monastery was founded in the 7th century ad. Excavations by M. J. OKelly in 1955-56 came the remnants of the wooden chapel and the cross with the inscription in ogam. He also testified of t ...

Derryvella

Derryvella, known as Daire Mor, is a medieval Christian monastery and National Monument located in County Tipperary, Ireland. Disambiguation Derryvella townland, County Cavan.

Dromiskin Monastery

Dromiskin Monastery is located in the centre of Dromiskin village, halfway between the River Fane and River Glyde and 1.5 km 0.93 mi west of the Irish Sea coast.

Gallen Abbey

Gallen Abbey was established in 492 by Saint Canoc, a son of Saint Brecan. Saint Canoc settled near modern-day Ferbane in 492, which at the time was in the territory of Delbhna Eathra. The Abbey was damaged in the 820s when Tnuthgal mac Donngaile ...

Illaunloughan

Illaunloughan is a medieval Christian monastery and National Monument located in County Kerry, Ireland.The site is located on a tiny island of 0.3 acres in Portmagee Channel, a channel separating Valentia Island from the Iveragh Peninsula.

Killeshin Church

Killeshin Church is located near Killeshin village, on the south bank of the Fushoge River a tributary of the Barrow, about 5 km 3 mi west of Carlow town. A ringfort, known as Killeshin moat, stands to the southeast.

Kilree

The monastery at Kilree was supposedly founded in the 6th century by Saint Rhuidche, from which the name Cell-righ derives. Niall Kai, Supreme king of Ireland, locally supposedly drowned in the kings river in callan in Ad 846 and his body washed ...

Maumanorig

Maumanorig or Kilcolman is the site of the remains of a medieval Christian monastery and National Monument located on the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland.

Mayo, County Mayo

Mayo or Mayo Abbey is a village in County Mayo, Ireland. Although it bears the same name as the county, it is not the county seat, which is Castlebar. Mayo Abbey is a small historic village in south Mayo approximately 16 km to the south of Castle ...

Newtown Abbey

The Abbey was founded by Simon Rochfort, Bishop of Meath, for Canons Regular "Augustinians" of the Order of St. Victor about 1206, and was dedicated to Saint Peter and Saint Paul. The Synod was held in Newtown, in 1216, which turned sees of the c ...

Rath Melsigi

Rath Melsigi, Anglo-Saxon monastery in Ireland. A number of monks who studied there were active in the Anglo-Saxon mission on the continent. The monastery also developed a style of script that may have influenced the writers of the Book of Durrow.

Shrule Abbey

According to tradition, Christianity was brought to Shrule by Saint Patrick himself in the 5th century AD. He founded a church at Donaghpatrick and left a disciple, Felartus, in charge. The ancient abbey of Cloghvanaha Irish for "blessed stone" i ...

Sleaty Church

A monastery was founded on the south side of the stream by Saint Fiacc c. 415–520. According to legend, Fiacc founded the church of Domnach-Fiech, east of the River Barrow. To this church Saint Patrick presented sacred vestments, a bell, a manusc ...

St. Francis Abbey

St. Francis Abbey is located in the northeast of Kilkennys historic Hightown district, behind Smithwicks Experience Kilkenny, immediately south of the point where the Breagagh River enters the Nore.

St. Johns Abbey, Kilkenny

St. Johns Abbey, also called St Johns Priory, is a medieval Augustinian abbey and National Monument located in Kilkenny City, Ireland. The Lady Chapel of the Abbey is now used as a parish church of the Church of Ireland.

St. Johns Priory, Trim

St. Johns Priory is located about 1.6 km 1 mile east of Trim town centre, on the south bank of the Boyne. Newtown Abbey lies immediately to the northwest, across the river.

St. MacDaras Island

Saint Sinach Macdara, patron saint of seafarers, is believed to have built a wooden church on the island in the sixth century. It was replaced by the present stone building in the 10th century. The roof stones were carved to mimic wooden Shingles ...

St. Marys Abbey, Duleek

St. Marys Abbey is located in the central part of Duleek called the Commons, between Main Street and Church Lane. The Nanny River is to the southwest.

Tallaght Monastery

Tallaght Monastery was a Christian monastery founded in the eighth century by Mael Ruain, at a site called Tallaght, a few miles south west of present-day Dublin, Ireland. It operated until the Protestant Reformation.

Turlough Abbey

Turlough is an early monastic site, possibly founded in AD 441 by Saint Patrick. In the ninth century is unusually low and squat round tower was built on the site. In 1302, the monastery was valuable for ecclesiastical taxation of Ireland. The co ...

Roman Catholic Diocese of Tarawa and Nauru

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Tarawa and Nauru in Kiribati and Nauru is a suffragan diocese of the Archdiocese of Suva. It was erected as the Vicariate Apostolic of Gilbert Islands in 1897 and elevated to as the Diocese of Tarawa in 1966. There w ...

Roman Catholic Diocese of Bethlehem in the Holy Land

The See or Diocese of Bethlehem was a diocese in the Roman Catholic Church during the Crusades and is now a titular see. It was associated with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Nevers.

Churches of Krakow

The metropolitan city of Krakow, former capital of Poland, is known as the city of churches. The abundance of landmark, historic Roman Catholic churches along with the plenitude of monasteries and convents earned the city a countrywide reputation ...

Lutheran Diocese of Warsaw

The Lutheran Diocese of Warsaw is one of the six dioceses of the Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Poland, covering most of central and eastern Poland. The Lutheran population in the area in 2016 was 3968, which amounts to about 7% ...

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