Religion in Trinidad and Tobago
The Religious Composition Of Trinidad And Tobago Roman Catholics comprise 21.6% of the country’s population. Thus, Christianity is the largest religion in the country.
Roman Catholic religion
Built primarily around the oil and gas industries, Trinidad and Tobago’s economy is one of the strongest in the Caribbean. Despite this, several factors have led to economic stagnation as well as relatively prevalent poverty.
Main dishes include roti (most commonly dalpuri and paratha, but also puri, sada roti, dosti roti, or aloo puri), and dal bhat or kharhi and rice served with condiments such as achar, kuchela, mother-in-law (pickled vegetables), pepper sauce, and dishes such as amchar (curried mango), bhaji (dasheen bush or any spinach
Christianity is the dominant religion in Guyana. According to the 2012 census, approximately 63 percent of the population is Christian . The major groupings compose: Pentecostal , 22.8% of the national population, increasing from 17% in 2002.
The dominant religion in Suriname is Christianity , both in the form of Roman Catholicism and various denominations of Protestantism , the Anglican Church being the oldest.
Freedom of worship is guaranteed by Jamaica’s constitution. Most Jamaicans are Protestant . The largest denominations are the Seventh-day Adventist and Pentecostal churches; a smaller but still significant number of religious adherents belong to various denominations using the name Church of God .
The island of Trinidad is mainly multiracial while the population of Tobago is primarily what is considered Afro-Tobagonian, which is synonymous with Afro- Trinidadian , with the exception that the people of Tobago are almost exclusively of direct African ancestry.
Religion is belief in a god or gods and the activities that are connected with this belief, such as praying or worshipping in a building such as a church or temple. A religion is a particular system of belief in a god or gods and the activities that are connected with this system.
Hinduism is the religion of 24.8% of the population of Guyana . Guyana has the highest percentage of Hindus in the Western Hemisphere.
Hinduism and temples in the Caribbean differ from that of India , because they are a reflection of a separate West Indian Hindu identity which no longer claims India as home. Roughly half a million East Indians were brought to the Caribbean through the indentured labor trade between the years 1838 and 1917.
There are an estimated 60 to 70 million Hindus who lived outside India in 2010. Only two countries in the world, in 2010, had a majority of its population as Hindus – Nepal and India. By country .
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