Are Brazil's Catholics growing tired of the Church?
As Roman Catholic cardinals gather in Rome, there are calls for them to consider electing a pope from outside Europe.
Brazil is the world's most populous Catholic country, where 90% of the population used to say they belonged to the church.
But it is under pressure from the Protestant Evangelical movement which now accounts for almost a quarter of the population, as Wyre Davies reports.
07 Mar 2013
- From the section Latin America & Caribbean