A shot of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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Over the same period, the proportion of Catholic Brazilians fell from 74% of the population to to 65%, Brazil's National Statistics Institute reported.
In overall terms, the percentage of evangelicals rose 44%, as evangelical churches won over the faithful, especially women and people in poorer communities.
The rise of evangelical Christianity is a growing trend across Latin America.
Source: CNN | Shasta Darlington