The majority of the El Paso population is full of Catholics.

When you're being raised Catholic in a Hispanic household then you know you must practice certain rituals.

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Being raised in a Catholic family means you must get your First Communion and Confirmation done.

There are some Catholics that aren't as spiritual as others in the El Paso community.

Something I was taught to do while growing up was doing the sign of the cross while passing by a church. You can brush up on this subject by checking out a Q&A on Quora.

Now some who were brought up to do that still do that to this day, including me. Almost every single time I drive by a Catholic church I do the sign of the cross. It is very rare for me to forget to do the cross for the number of times I pass by them.

Even friends in high school would do the cross as we would drive by a Catholic church.

Some people raised in the religion might still practice Catholicism but don't follow spiritual rituals.

Some friends I know stopped participating in Lent after becoming their own adults.

Something I stopped but would like to get back into is attending Sunday mass.

On my way to work one morning, I noticed a man driving beside me do the sign of the cross as well. I wonder how many other Catholics also do the sign of the cross while passing by a church. So help me figure out how many more do this by placing your vote below.

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