Roman Catholicism in Europe  

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The Roman Catholic Church is geographically centered in Holy See of Rome. About a third of the population of Europe today is Catholic, but only about a quarter of all Catholics worldwide reside in Europe, due to historical missionary activity, especially in South America.


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