Religion in Andorra
|Fast Facts and Religious Adherent Statistics|
|Population||85,645 (#199 in world) (2021 est.)|
|Ethnic Groups||Andorran 48.8%, Spanish 25.1%, Portuguese 12%, French 4.4%, other 9.7% (2017 est.) note: data represent population by nationality|
|Religions||No official statistics. Roman Catholic 92% (approx.), Muslim 1,500 (among approx. 2,000 North African immigrants), New Apostolic Church, Mormon, Anglican; Reunification Church; Jehovah's Witnesses. (2003 est.)|
|Islam||1,500 (2019 est.)|
|Judaism||100 (2019 est.)|
|Christianity||95% (2003 est.)|
|Roman Catholicism||92% (2019 est.)|
- “Andorra.” CIA World Factbook.
- “Andorra.” Pew-Templeton Global Religious Futures Project.
- “Andorra.” Encyclopaedia Britannica Online.
- “International Religious Freedom Report 2003: Andorra.” U.S. Department of State. "Very few official statistics are available relative to religion; however, traditionally approximately 90 percent of the population are Roman Catholic."
- “2019 Report on International Religious Freedom: Andorra.” U.S. Department of State. "The local government does not provide statistics on the size of religious groups, and there is no census data on religious group membership. Government officials report that approximately 92 percent of the population is Roman Catholic. Muslim leaders estimate their community, largely composed of recent immigrants, has approximately 1,500 members. The Jewish community reports it has approximately 100 members. Other small religious groups include Hindus, Anglicans, Seventh-day Adventists, Baha’is, the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification (Unification Church), the New Apostolic Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Jehovah’s Witnesses."