- Feb 21, 2020
Although the U.S. bishops’ spring assembly in Baltimore was mostly devoted to responding to the sexual abuse crisis in the Church, the bishops also considered something described as the second-most important issue currently facing U.S. Church leaders: How to get religiously unaffiliated, or “nones,” particularly young people, back to the Catholic Church.
As the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh undergoes its biggest restructuring in three decades, religious leaders are pondering: How do we get 20- and 30-somethings back into the Church?
Catholic women at the Voice of Faith conference are the first to say that they are angry, but not enough to leave the Church.
“If a country decides not to have children, it’s like committing suicide,” expert says.