The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints Essay

730 Words Aug 31st, 2016 3 Pages
With nearly 50million people living organically in Mexico, the language is over 90 percent Spanish and the religion predominantly of the country is Catholicism. The fasting growing faith in the country is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS). It started in 1875 with the second president of the church, Brigham Young. The president sent six missionaries to begin preaching the gospel. By 1912, there was roughly 4000 members in the country. By 1983 a Mormon temple was erected to serve the faithful followers in Mexico City and the surrounding areas. As of 2016, over 1 million members and 13 Mormon temples are evident that the LDS faith thrives and will continue to expand in the country. Besides the religious movement in the country, Mexico is educated and modern. The country of Mexico is educated and has a high rate of literacy of 95.1%. The inclination and the drive to start work early will have a negative viewpoint on further education and other social and political issues. Mexico is a modernized country; it has developed cities, universities and a form government. It is the slightly smaller than three times the size of Texas. This makes Mexico the sixth largest country covering both North and South America. One of the problems that Mexico faces is that it is in a state of fertility decline. The numbers have become more gradual since the 1950’s, but it could still explain why the target population is shrinking. Recently the Population Reference Bureau (PRB)…

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