World History

What was a recurring incidence in the places that the Spanish Empire colonised and converted to Christianity like South America and the Philippines?

(A) The locals resisted the new religion and took a long time to convert
(B) The locals quickly converted but continued to worship old gods underground
(C) The locals converted to Christianity, but melded local religions and customs into it.
(D) The Spanish had to fight extensive religious wars inland to convert the locals
(E) The Spanish were initially treated as gods, which helped make the Catholic Church very dominant.
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