Catholicism is the world’s largest religion, accounting for about 11 percent of the global population.
That includes more than half of Catholics worldwide.
It is the only major religion to have a global reach, and the world is home to about 70 percent of all Christians, according to Pew Research Center.
But as the world has evolved, Catholicism has become increasingly diverse and multicultural.
For instance, many Christian leaders are immigrants or refugees from Africa, Asia and Latin America.
They’re not only immigrants and refugees, but they’re also immigrants and migrants.
For many of them, Catholicism is a form of resistance to modernity and a way of living in the present, according a 2015 study by the Pew Research center.
“Catholics are also increasingly rejecting the political and economic systems of their birth countries, with the exception of the United States and Canada, where the Catholic church is still strong and vibrant,” according to the study.