What areas remained mostly Roman Catholic?
England and Scotland became Protestant as well. However, most of the rest of Western Europe remained predominantly Catholic. Italy (which, like Germany, was not yet a united country) remained Catholic. So did Spain, Portugal, most of France, and Ireland.
Is Spain still Catholic?
It has produced the world-conquering Jesuits, the mysteriously powerful Opus Dei and, of course, the Spanish inquisition. Three-quarters of Spaniards define themselves as Catholics, with only one in 40 who follow some other religion. …
Is Germany a Catholic country?
The majority of Germany’s Christians are registered as either Catholic (22.6 million) or Protestant (20.7 million). The Protestant Church has its roots in Lutheranism and other denominations that rose out of the 16th-century religious reform movement.
Which European countries remained mostly Catholic and which became mostly Protestant?
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|5. Which European countries became mostly Protestant and which remained mostly Roman Catholic?||Eastern Europe and then Italy, Spain, Ireland|
|7.Name the “Most Catholic King” of Spain||Philip II|
|9. What religion was Bloody Mary, (Queen Mary I of England?)||Catholic|
What remained Catholic?
By the end of the 16th century, the European countries that became Protestant were Germany, Switzerland, England, Scandinavia, and Holland. The European countries that remained Catholic were Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, and Sicily.
Is Portugal Catholic?
Moreover, the Catholic Church and state were formally separated, ushering a new era of secularisation in Portugal. Today, the vast majority of Portuguese identify as Roman Catholic (81%). However, most consider themselves as non-practising.
Is Italy mostly Catholic?
According to a 2017 poll by Ipsos (a France-based research centre), 74.4% of Italians are Catholic (including 27.0% engaged and/or observant), 22.6% are irreligious and 3.0% adhere to other denominations in Italy.