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May 19, 2009 1:21 PM

As Mexico's Catholics look elsewhere, evangelicals gain

For hundreds of years, religion in Mexico has meant the stained glass windows and kneeling worship of the city's large Roman Catholic cathedrals. Change has come to Mexico, however: Evangelical Protestantism has taken firm hold in the soil of the world's second-largest Catholic country.

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