Consisting of around two thirds of Puerto Rico's population as of 2014, Roman Catholicism is the major religion, although Protestant Christianity is also a common religion, with more than 25 percent of the territory's people belonging to one of its denominations. Some of the Protestant branches of Christianity found in Puerto Rico include Baptist, Lutheran, Presbyterian and Pentecostal. There are also those people of Jewish faith in the territory.
Puerto Rico's Catholicism includes a mix of African and Taino traditions, so it differs from the Catholicism practiced in other parts of the world. It is often considered a type of spiritualism as a result. Although the majority of the population is Catholic, the territory provides religious freedom to all.