Despite Popular Pope, A Drop In Latin American Catholics - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

According to a survey by Chile-based pollster Latinobarmetro, despite his strong popularity, Pope Francis has not been able to stem the tide of fellow Latin Americans turning away from Catholicism. The number of Roman Catholics in Latin America, a historical stronghold, dropped to 67 percent in 2013, from 80 percent in 1995. A perception that the Catholic Church is out of touch with today's concerns and the Church's sex-abuse scandals has opened the door to a rise in Evangelicalism.



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