Talk:Roman Catholicism in Norway

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The Roman Catholic faith survived in remote parts of the Kingdom until approximately 1700.

This sounds a bit far-fetched to me. A great many traditions from the Catholic middle ages did survive well into the 18th c., but this doesn´t mean that people in remote parts of Norway were practicing Catholics. On the contrary, they fully participated in all the rites of the Lutheran church.


Several data in this article is out of date. I will replace some of the amounts with newer data, like the population percentage and amount of Catholics.