The Kadampa Meditation Center in Brazil is a Kadampa Buddhist temple located in Brazil. The organization offers resources on modern Buddhism and teachers and centers located throughout the country.
The Zu Lai Temple is a Fo Guang Shan (Mountain of Light Buddha) Buddhist temple located in Brazil. The denomination has its distant roots in Mahayana Buddhism, whose tradition emphasizes that the Buddha nature is within every living being.
Ashram Vrajabhumi is an organization in Brazil that offers resources for “simple living and high thinking” through Hindu meditation and prayer.
Read “The Evangelicalism of Brazil,” a June 14, 2010, post at the World Cup blog of The New Republic, about the number of dedicated evangelical Protestants on Brazil’s team and what it says about religion in what was once a Catholic stronghold in Latin America.
Read an April 19, 2005, article from the First Amendment Center on the UDV tea case.
Read an April 19, 2005, Christian Science Monitor article on the UDV case.
Read a June 23, 2004, Deseret News story about the Utah Supreme Court ruling that non-native Americans can use peyote in religious ceremonies.
Read a June 2005 article about the tea case posted by Americans United for Separation of Church and State.
See an Oct. 31, 2005, Christian Science Monitor story about the UDV case.