Cuba is a country rich in religious diversity.
Cuba’s Religious syncretism
Cuba is a country rich in religious diversity, firstly Catholicism that began with the Spanish conquest.
Secondly, Santería which is the legacy of our African ancestors.
As a result, the mixture of different cultures from Europeans and Africans has led to a legitimate religious syncretism.
Most importantly, Cuban is a melting pot of religions and this mixt is what today forms the Cuban nationality.
The Catholic Church has deep roots in Cuba.
In addition, Santeria occurred in the process of defining Cuban nationality as a result of this integration of African and Spanish religious ethnic elements.
Religious manifestations such as Muslims, Baptists, Russian Orthodox, Greek Orthodox, Judaism.