English-Speaking Latino Churches on the Rise
A recent report from The Huffington Post highlights the growing number of English-speaking Latino congregations in the US. In response to the needs of Hispanic youth (many of whom either prefer English or are not fluent in Spanish), many churches are becoming bilingual or moving to English altogether.
This trend is likely to continue, as the US-born Latino population is poised for significant growth over the next decades.
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