Does Germany have a national religion?

What is the main religion in Germany? The main religion in Germany is Christianity, with around two-thirds of the population identifying as Christian. The number that actively practices Christianity in the form of church attendance, however, is significantly lower.

Which religion is banned in Germany?

In the Crucifix Decision the German Federal Constitution Court in 1995 decreed a law that insisted on the presence of religious symbols (crucifixes) in public institutions to be illegal, excluding in some Roman Catholic elementary schools.

Which country has no religion?

According to sociologist Phil Zuckerman, broad estimates of those who have an absence of belief in a god range from 500 to 750 million people worldwide.

By population as of 2004.

Country People without religion
Dominican Republic 618,380
Singapore 566,020

Which is the fastest growing religion in Germany?

Today, with roughly five million Muslims making up 6.1 percent of the population, Germany has the second largest Muslim population of any European Union country, following France. Just as church memberships—and church tax revenues—have been dwindling, Islam has become the country’s fastest-growing religion.

Which countries are mostly Catholic?

The top 10 nations with the most number of Catholics are:

  • Brazil.
  • Mexico.
  • Philippines.
  • United States.
  • Italy.
  • France.
  • Colombia.
  • Poland.
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