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Of course, the yearbook tracks the Catholic population, both by a head count of the baptized in each country and as a percentage of the world's population. 31, 2015, tallied 1.28 billion Catholics, which is about 17.7 percent of the global population.

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31, 2015, that included: 5,304 bishops; 281,514 diocesan priests; 134,142 religious order priests; 45,255 permanent deacons; 54,229 religious brothers; 670,330 religious sisters; 351,797 lay missionaries; and more than 3.1 million catechists.

Catholics around the world number 1.28 billion people, which is about 17.7 percent of the global population.

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Ten years earlier, according to the statistics office, the Catholic community numbered just over 1.1 billion, which was 17.3 percent of the population at that time.