However, local general religious practice and resource lists are published in our area by a number of commercial and on-line sources. One extensively-developed example is the devotional resource list published by Galveston Daily News every Saturday.
|Instructions for having a religious institution included in this local directory.|
|The list for April 20, 2013 included approximately 270 religious centers (there was some repetition across descriptive categories, so this is a rough total quickly counted). |
Screengrabbed from Galveston Daily News, downsampled to illegibility as a Fair Use conformance.
|Again, these percentages are very rough given repetition of listings across categories and other sorting issues. |
The "Other" category encompassed Jewish, Baha'i, Muslim, and Unitarian Universalist groups.
So with that in mind, I'd encourage Buddhist temples and groups within Galveston County to consider submitting their information to that newspaper. There's no charge for this public service and the information could prove to be valuable to local seekers.
|In contrast to the local pie chart above, here is Wikipedia's world religions estimate.|