Population of 38,482,919
Located in Central Europe, east of Germany

Poland has long been considered one of the most religious countries in Europe. The majority of Poles are Christian; nearly 90% are Roman Catholic. The Catholic church is a significant cultural and political influence. While the constitution insures religious freedom, Protestant and Evangelical groups, which are minorities, are often viewed as sects. Yet, church leaders sense the country is poised for spiritual renewal.


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