Christianity in Burundi


Christianity in Burundi
Cathedral in Bujumbura
Church in Gitega

Christianity in Burundi constitutes a majority of the population, with an estimated 75% Christian (sub-divided into 60% Roman Catholic and 15% Protestant).[1] Among ethnic groups in Burundi, the Twa and the Gujarati remain the least Christian [1].

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