Brazilians march for Jesus
Published 15 July 2012
A massive Christian rally has been held in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo.
According to the BBC, more than a million Christians took part in the "March for Jesus".
The event was billed as the "largest Christian event in the world".
Gospel music played as the throngs of people made their way through the city's main streets.
The event has taken place in the city each year since 1993 and is partly a response to the huge Gay Pride event that takes place in Sao Paulo.
Brazil is largely Roman Catholic but evangelical churches in the country have experienced rapid growth in recent years.
Recent studies predict that evangelicals could make up half of Brazil's population by 2020.