Forty years of communism have had an impact on the Czech. A majority of the Czech Republic’s population is now atheist.

But don’t worry if you are looking for a religious service you will certainly find one in your confession. In fact, the largest religious group is Catholic, but Prague also has Protestant, Anglican, Muslim, Jewish and Buddhist communities.


According to a survey conducted in 2005, 50% of Czechs believe in some sort of spirit or life force, even if they do not necessarily believe in the existence of a God, which only about 20% do. Still you do not have to look far to find...


You do not have to be a believer to appreciate the beauty of churches. Prague has numerous precious religious buildings which have stood the test of time and Communism. One of them, for instance, is the St. Nicholas Church...


One can find a rich offering of religious services in Prague, quite amazing in a country where religion had been suppressed for forty years. The following list will provide an overview of Catholic, Protestant, Anglican, Muslim...