It has been very hard to find updated information on my topic, but while I was searching for maps, I found this wonderful site:
Everyday, it posts one photo from the historic town of La Antigua. Most of it is touristy, culture-related material (which is very interesting nevertheless), but he really shows how much religion is engrained into this town. One of the most intriguing posts, linked here, questions how attached the church is to the state. The photo above shows an alter for Lent in front of the municipal government building. I think this goes to emphasize how different the government-state relations are from the United States. The Catholic church has always been heavily involved in politics, and it reminds me of how much turmoil this at times has caused, especially during the war era. I have not been able to find concrete information on the conflict between Catholicism protestantism in La Antigua itself, but it intrigues me to no end.