- One-third of American Catholics are now Hispanic.
- Hispanic Catholics are more apt to be "charismatic," i.e. they're more apt to practice and believe in miraculous healings, prophecies and visions, as well as speaking in tongues.
- And if they don't like what they see in the Catholic Church, then Hispanics are more apt than ever before to switch churches.
Then too, I'd be interested in knowing of any studies done on the impact of Hispanic immigration on Adventist churches in the USA. What does this mean in terms of theology and practices? Is there a charismatic flavor to Hispanic Adventism? And when the day comes that a third of all American Adventists are Hispanic, then what will this mean for our schools, our publishing houses, and our church leadership?
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