There is no state religion in Lithuania. However, the biggest faith group is Roman Catholicism. According to the population census in 2011, about 77% those who deemed themselves religious were Catholics.
What religion is practiced in Lithuania?
Christian Lithuania is overwhelmingly Christian (93%), and three-quarters of its adults identify as Catholic. The adult population of Latvia also is mostly Christian (77%), but the share of Catholics in the country is smaller (23%). Substantial portions of Latvias population are Orthodox Christians (31%) or Lutherans (19%).
What is the most popular religion in Lithuania?
According to the 2011 census, the predominant religion in Lithuania is Christianity, with the largest confession being that of the Catholic Church (about 77% of the population).
Are there still pagans in Lithuania?
There are believers of Baltic pagan faiths in other nations, including Dievturība in Latvia. According to the 2001 census, there were approximately 1,200 people in Lithuania identifying with Romuva .Romuva (religion)RomuvaHigh priestress (krivė)Inija Trinkūnienė (2015–present)FounderVydūnasOrigin20th centuryMembers~5,100 (2011)3 more rows
What religion is in Latvia?
The main religion traditionally practiced in Latvia is Christianity. As of 2011, it is the largest religion (80%), though only about 7% of the population attends religious services regularly.