Religion in Andorra (2020 estimate)[1]

  Catholicism (85.5%)
  Other Christian (5.3%)
  None (6.9%)
  Other (2.3%)
St. Martin's Cathedral in Ordino

Christianity is the largest religion in Andorra, with more than 90 per cent of the population as adherents. Catholicism is the largest Christian denomination in the country, having more than 85 per cent of the Andorran population as members.[1]

Andorra is also home to sizeable communities of non-religious people (nearly 7 per cent) and adherents of other faiths. Among these are: Sunni Islam, with 1.32  per cent of the population; Hinduism is followed by 0.49 per cent, Judaism by 0.34 per cent, and the Baháʼí Faith by 0.16 per cent.[1][2]

The Constitution of Andorra guarantees freedom of religion. Only Catholicism has the legal status of a religious group; all other faiths are registered with the government as cultural associations, operating under Andorra's association law. The country has non-discrimination laws which prohibit and penalise unequal or unfair treatment including of members of religious groups.[2]

See also


  1. ^ a b c "National / Regional Profiles: Adorra, Southern Europe, World". Association of Religion Data Archives. 2020. Retrieved 23 November 2023.
  2. ^ a b Office of International Religious Freedom (2023). 2022 Report on International Religious Freedom: Andorra (Report). United States Department of State. Retrieved 23 November 2023.