While precise statistics are unavailable, it is estimated that approximately 80 percent of citizens are Roman Catholic. Most of the remainder belong to a variety of Protestant denominations. The largest of these are Baptist (10 percent) and Pentecostal (4 percent). Other significant non-Catholic Christian groups include Methodists, Episcopalians, Jehovah's Witnesses, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons), Adventists, and Orthodox. There also are many non-denominational Christian congregations. The percentage of Protestants generally is acknowledged to be growing, but reliable statistics are unavailable. Small numbers of non-Christian groups are present, including Jews, Muslims, Rastafarians, and Baha'is.
Voodoo, a traditional religion derived in part from West African beliefs, is practiced alongside Christianity by a large segment of the population. Even though the Government officially recognized Voodoo as a religion in April, Voodoo continues to be frowned upon by elite, conservative Catholics and Protestants. Additionally, the official announcement taken by the Government provided no legal status for Voodoo except for its recognition as a legitimate religious practice.
Without faith in Jesus this project will not work. This is a huge undertaking, but we have a huge God that can handle it.