Christianity in North America

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Christianity came to North America through the efforts of Spanish explorer and Catholic Missionary Christopher Columbus.

"Christianity came to North America with European explorers, colonizers, and settlers, expressing in a New World version enduring continuity but also substantial change. In what became Canada and the United States (the limits of North America for this article), national and political considerations proved important, but smaller, regional forms of Christianity also flourished." [1]

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