Roman Catholicism in Belarus
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Nowadays there are 1,402,605 Catholics in the country - around 15% of the total population. Most of these belong to the Latin Rite dioceses. A small minority are of Byzantine Rite, forming the particular Belarusian Greek Catholic Church, which is in union with the Holy See and follows the Byzantine Slavonic ritual.
Polish and Lithuanian minorities in Belarus are predominantly Latin-Rite Catholics, but over 1 million Latin-Rite Catholics are ethnic Belarusians (over 15% of ethnic Belarusians total). The Greek Catholics are mostly ethnic Belarusians, with some Ukrainians.
Three suffragan dioceses:
Metropolitan Archbishop Tadeusz Kondrusiewicz is the leader of the Latin-Rite Catholic Church in Belarus.
 See also
- The Roman Catholic Church in Belarus - official website and the central Belarusian catholic web-portal
- The Apostolic Nuntiature in Belarus
- Partał Maładych Katalikoŭ - Young Catholics of Belarus
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