Welcome to the new religious America. Religious diversity, of course, has long been part of the American landscape. But in 2012, religious minorities became newly visible and vocal in a society historically dominated by the symbols, values and leaders of the Protestant faith. Now that Protestants are no longer in the majority — as reported in a study released by the Pew Forum in October — even the term "religious minority" will need fresh definition in our newly minted minority-majority nation.