An interactive map that tracks how many Catholic countries there are and which ones have the most Catholic population.
The interactive map above is based on data from the World Values Survey, a project of the Pew Research Center.
It shows which countries have the largest populations of Catholics, based on the number of people identifying as Catholic.
The U.S. is the only country in the top 10 for the number, while countries like Canada, Israel, Poland, and the United Kingdom are all in the middle of the pack.
Here are the top ten Catholic countries:Italy: 1,466,928France: 1.3 millionAustralia: 1 millionThe U!
has the most Catholics of any country in America, with 778,037 Catholics, but its numbers are only part of the story.
In a new study from the Pew Hispanic Center, we asked the Catholic church what it wants: more Catholic representation in government, more Catholics in the church, or less Catholics.
The Pew researchers analyzed data from three surveys that tracked Catholics’ views of government.
One of the surveys asked the people if they thought the country should be run according to God’s plan, and another asked them whether or not they thought government should be open and transparent.
The third survey asked Catholics about their views of democracy.
The study found that Catholics were split over whether the country was run according the plan of God or the government.
The results showed that the people in the countries with the most and least Catholic populations were the most supportive of government openness and transparency.
But, in contrast, in countries with fewer Catholics, support for government transparency and open government were both strongly negative.
In other words, Catholics in those countries with more Catholics tended to oppose government openness and transparency while those with fewer people identified as liberal on the question of government transparency.
The researchers also analyzed the religious affiliations of Catholics in countries that were more Catholic and found that in those areas, the more Catholics there were, the less Catholic there was.
This pattern holds for the U.K., Canada, and Ireland.
The Pew researchers concluded that “the majority of Catholics do not identify as Catholic in the majority of countries surveyed.”
While it is important to note that this study only considered countries where there are more than 200,000 Catholics, it does show that, on the whole, the number is not increasing.
In fact, it is decreasing.
The report found that the percentage of Catholics increased from 27% in 1990 to 35% in 2010.
In 2016, there were 7.9 million Catholics in Ireland, and 3.7 million Catholics across the U!s.
According to Pew, there are about 3.3 billion Catholics in Europe, and there are 4.3-4.4 billion Catholics living in the U!.
The Pew Hispanic study found a similar pattern.
In the United States, the percentage in the United Methodist Church decreased from 43% in 1980 to 25% in 2016.
The number of Catholics declined in the Catholic churches in other European countries, too.
In Ireland, for example, the proportion of Catholics dropped from 43.5% in 1989 to 20% in 2017.
In France, however, the Catholic Church grew, from 25.5 million to 43.3m.
In Italy, the increase was much larger, from 6.9 to 12.7% in the same period.
In Germany, the population increased from 611,000 to 752,000, but the number in the Protestant denominations declined.
In France, the Protestant church shrank from 23.7 to 17.6%.
In the U, the decline was even more dramatic, from 9.4% to 6.5%.
The Pew report noted that it did not consider the number to be a “national indicator.”
The data are just part of a larger set of indicators that are used by Catholic bishops to monitor progress and to provide feedback to parishioners.
While the Pew study did not examine whether there were changes in attitudes toward the church over time, other studies have.
A 2014 study by the Pew Center on Religion & Public Life found that more people were expressing an interest in becoming Catholics, which is consistent with other research.
Another 2013 study by Gallup found that a higher percentage of people say they were baptized or received their first sacraments when they were younger.
Gallup also reported that Catholics in Germany and Italy are more religious than in other countries, and a majority of Italians identify as “very religious” or “extremely religious.”
There is also evidence that more Catholics are joining the Church today.
The 2017 American Religious Identification Survey showed that more than half of Americans are Catholic, with about 40% of the overall population identifying as Catholics.
In addition, more than four-in-ten Americans identify as evangelical Protestants, and about four-out-of-ten identify as Catholics or some other faith.