The Pew Hispanic Center has worked on numerous reports and studies during its existence, and this recent report may be one of its most compelling. Released in April 2007, the report takes an informed and broad look at the ways in which Latinos are transforming American religion. Working in collaboration with the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, the Pew Hispanic Center conduced over 4600 interviews in order to create an accurate portrait of the ways in which Latinos worship and how the emergence of Latino-oriented churches is changing the broader religious landscape across the United States. The report is divided into eight chapters, which include "Religious Practices and Beliefs", "The Ethnic Church", and "Ideology and Policy Issues". It's an important look at these trends, and visitors with an eye towards religion and public policy will enjoy browsing through the report or forwarding it to colleagues.