Six percent of Jordanians are Christian, and they are free to practice their religion. Most of the country's Christians live in the cities of Amman,Jordans shoes
, Karak, Madaba, and Salt. The majority of Jordanian Christians belong to the Greek Orthodox Church. Other Christian communities include Greek Catholics, who recognize the supremacy of the pope; Roman Catholics, who are led by a patriarch appointed by the pope; as well as members of the Syrian Orthodox and Armenian Orthodox churches. A few Protestant denominations are also present in Jordan.