Belarus religion - Belarus regime crackdown on Orthodox Church is altering prayers, purging clergy
Years earlier interrogation report of 19-year-old revolutionary of 10 March 1887 indicated that he called himself a "Belarusian nobleman".
Religious Beliefs in Belarus
Today there are three religious centers, in Athens, Thessaloniki and Corinth.
Archbishop Artemy has described such claims by the regime as "unreal", commenting that it is "speculation and false accusation" see below.
Belarus regime crackdown on Orthodox Church is altering prayers, purging clergy
Since the , many Sikhs have migrated to other countries, such as the , , and.
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On 2 February 1386, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the were joined in a through a.
Religious Map of Belarus and Church Denominations' Response to Protests
Describing the instruction as "corralling" employees of state enterprises to attend the prayers and noting that they should do so "in accordance with their religious affiliation", it added: "And what about atheists and agnostics? Minsk City Executive Committee.
Description: The Belarusian government is also criticized for human rights violations and its persecution of non-governmental organisations, independent journalists, national minorities, and opposition politicians.
According to the 2011 census, Eastern Orthodox Christianity is the most common religion in Belarus. The census revealed that 58.9% of country’s population follow some kind of religion, and 82% of this religious population are affiliated with the Eastern Orthodox Church.
80% of faithful belong to the Belarusian Orthodox Church jurisdiction of the Russian Orthodox Church only 18% of polled Belarusian Orthodox regularly attend church service 14% belong to the Roman Catholic Church a large part of this group is comprised of ethnic Poles 50% of polled Belarusian Catholics regularly attend church service
It appears that the vast majority of Belarusians (84%) declare they believe in God. This number contrasts to statistics in Belarus's immediate neighbours, such as Lithuania (76%) or Russia (75%). More people declare they believe in God only in Poland and Ukraine (both 86%).
smaller religious groups together constituting approximately 2 percent of the population include jews, muslims, greek catholics (“uniates”), old believers (priestist and priestless), members of the belarusian autocephalous orthodox church and other orthodox christian groups, lutherans, jehovah’s witnesses, apostolic christians, presbyterians and …
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