A country with significant Lutheran, Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox communities, Estonia remains the most secular Baltic state, and one of the least religious new EU member states. The local Orthodox Church, whose members are mostly Russian-speakers, remains split between the Moscow and Constantinople Patriarchates. Estonia is also the only Baltic country where registration of religious denominations depends on the Ministry of Interior, and where the ten main officially recognized Christian churches are organized in a Council of Churches that negotiates with the state on relevant religious matters.
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