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Yes, Guatemala is becoming a magnet destination for all kinds of religious groups. I believe this is the second time I spotlight the Mennonites in Antigua Guatemala, Portrait of a Mennonite in Antigua Guatemala was the first post nearly two years ago. I have also shared with you pictures of Mormons, Jews, Muslims, Protestants, and lots of Catholics.

I believe there are huge differences between the Amish and the Mennonites, but I do not know what they are. Can someone come forward with what makes Amish and Mennonites different and what do they have in common?

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  • LucyT

    These must be old world Mennonites. Most Mennonites look just like everyone else. I am 100% Mennonite by faith and heritage and I wear normal jeans and t-shirts. We live in normal homes and drive normal vehicles. It is just a branch/denomination of the Protestant faith… And we make some pretty good food!

  • Manolo Romero Escobar

    And there is a third group http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hutterite The three denominations are branches of the Anabaptists. Also echoing LucyT comment… our friend LD is a Mennonite, which in her case is pretty much just another Protestant denomination.

  • David Pack

    The Amish don’t own cars and meet in church members’ homes rather than in a church building. They are baptized at 18 after they have made a choice between the “Yankee” world and the Amish life. There are certain transgressions a person can make in the Amish community which causes them to be “shunned” or forbidden to live in the community.

  • Thank you guys for all your wonderful feedback.

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