- May 10, 2021
A new report on vocations to men’s and women’s religious orders from the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate is filled with facts that can help everyone from pastors to formation directors foster more vocations.
Reading the Bible has had a positive effect on people’s “mental well-being” during the pandemic, according to a Christian Research survey conducted in the United Kingdom.
Young people have an “unbundled” religious sensibility, meaning they are gathering up aspects of their religious lives from various sources, rather than one bundled up, complete source.
A new survey shows the vast majority of Catholics in the UK supported the decision to close church buildings during the COVID-19 lockdown, but worshipers are eager to return to in-person Masses.
A new survey of U.S. opinions on abortion has offered surprising results.
To find Catholics who have left the church, start looking at the faces in the pews, according to a recent report.
Most people in Scotland consider themselves to be non-religious and increasing numbers of people raised as Christian are leaving the faith, according to the results of a survey published on Tuesday.