In 2018-19, 47% of Latinos identified as Catholic, down from 57% a decade ago.
Study finds US Latinos are no longer majority-Catholic. Here are some reasons why.
by: Alejandra Molina LOS ANGELES, Nov. 8, 2019 (RNS) — Emmanuel Perez was about 15 years old when he decided the Catholic faith was not for him. Perez’s cousin hadRead More
Put another way, people aren’t leaving faith, but they are actively leaving Christianity.
Opinion: Christianity as we know it is dying. Let’s welcome the new life ahead.
by: Amy Butler Oct. 30, 2019 (RNS) — In a recent study, Pew reported that 26% of Americans now self-identify as religiously unaffiliated, up from 17% just 10 years ago.Read More
But most agree that President Donald Trump’s personal conduct is an issue.
American faith groups agree: Trump should act more presidential
by: Bob Smietana Oct. 22, 2019 (RNS) — Americans disagree over just about everything — from gender roles and immigration to impeachment to whether the country is on the rightRead More
The United States is steadily becoming less Christian and the number of people with no religion is rising.
Pew report: Older US Christians being quickly replaced by young ‘nones’
by: Yonat Shimron Oct. 17, 2019 (RNS) — The United States is steadily becoming less Christian and the number of people with no religion is rising. Those are the twinRead More
Most of the decline is tied to the rise of the so-called "nones"...
Gallup: Number of Americans who belong to a church or house of worship plummets
by: Bob SmietanaApril 18, 2019 (RNS) — Most Americans still say they believe in God, but their involvement in organized religion continues to wane. A new Gallup report found thatRead More