Christianity in Malta

Christianity In Malta

Asia

Bangladesh • Bhutan •
Brunei • Burma • Cambodia •
China • Hong Kong • India •
Indonesia • Japan • Kazakhstan •
Korea • Laos • Malaysia •
Maldives • Mongolia • Nepal • North Korea • Pakistan •
Philippines • Russia • Singapore •
South Korea • Sri Lanka • Taiwan •
Tajikistan • Thailand • Turkmenistan •
Uzbekistan • Vietnam

Europe

Albania • Armenia • Austria •
Azerbaijan • Belarus • Belgium •
Bosnia & Herzegovina • Bulgaria •
Cyprus • Denmark • Finland •
France • Georgia •
Germany • Greece •
Iceland • Ireland • Italy •
Jersey • Kosovo • Lithuania •
Luxembourg • Macedonia • Netherlands •
Norway • Malta • Moldova •
Montenegro • Poland • Portugal • Romania •
Russia • Serbia • Turkey • Ukraine • United Kingdom

North America

Antigua & Barbuda • Barbados
Belize • Canada • Costa Rica • Cuba
Dominica • Dominican Republic •
El Salvador • Grenada
Guatemala • Haiti • Honduras
Jamaica • Mexico • Nicaragua •
Panama • Trinidad and Tobago
United States

South America

Brazil • Chile • Colombia •
Ecuador • Guyana • Paraguay • Peru

Middle East

Afghanistan • Bahrain •
Iran • Iraq • Israel •
Jordan • Kuwait •
Lebanon • Oman • Qatar •
Saudi Arabia • Syria •
United Arab Emirates • Yemen

Oceania

Australia • East Timor • Fiji •
Kiribati • Marshall Islands • Micronesia •
Nauru • New Zealand •
Palau • Papua New Guinea Samoa •
Tonga • Tuvalu • Vanuatu •

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In the small Mediterranean island nation of Malta the predominant religion is Roman Catholicism.

(1) The religion of Malta is the Roman Catholic apostolic religion.
(2) The authorities of the Roman Catholic apostolic church have the duty and the right to teach which principles are right and which are wrong.
(3) Religious teaching of the Roman Catholic apostolic faith shall be provided in all state schools as part of compulsory education.
Chapter 1, Article 2 of the Constitution of Malta

Read more about Christianity In Malta:  Current Status and Law

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