Religion of Bolivia:
Although the great majority of Bolivians are Roman Catholic, Protestant denominations and traditional ethnic Inca religion are expanding rapidly. According to a 2001 survey conducted by the National Statistical Institute, 78% of the population is Roman Catholic, 16% is Protestant and 3% follow other Christian denominations. Islam is practised by the descendants of Arabs and Local converts, constituting a small minority of just over 2000 adherents. There is also a small Jewish community that is almost all Ashkenazi in origin. The state has no official religion.
There are colonies of Mennonites in the Santa Cruz Department. Many Native communities interweave pre-Columbian and Christian symbols in their worship.