Religious Diversity: Handful of Slovenes Belong to Tiny Communities
Ljubljana, 13 August - In a country where over 70 percent of Slovene citizens declare themselves Roman Catholics, one stumbles upon religious diversity manifesting itself in the form of very small religious communities. Two such groups are, according to daily Delo, the Brothers of Christ and the Evangelical Baptists. While both have taken some distance from the Catholic Church, the former boasts members in the U.S. as well as in many European countries, but the latter is a very recent Slovene invention, Delo observes.
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