The official religion of Spain is Roman Catholicism. To say "Spaniard" is to say "Catholic." Why, then, should we have to talk about the practice of this religion specifically in Spain, when there are other countries where it stands as the majority faith? In reality, not all national communities live the same religious belief in the same manner. It may be identical in its dogma and structure, but its emphasis and external form will be determined by the particular national traits of the people.
"The Spanish Expression of Catholicism,"
University of Dayton Review: Vol. 13:
3, Article 2.
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