. . . 21 percent of the people who identify themselves as Baptists are 70 and older. That compares to 12 percent of the general population, 13 percent of Catholics, 14 percent of mainline Christians and 10 percent of Mormons who fall in that age range. Forty percent of the national population is 50 or older, while 58 percent of Baptists fall into that age bracket.
More religious freedoms in Cuba? - The State Department says repression of faith remains a problem in Cuba, while a CBF Florida official has seen major improvements.
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